It has been an interesting cycle for wide receiver recruiting with receivers coach Andre Coleman taking over the position group earlier in the offseason, but he certainly deserves some kudos in landing Alexis over the in-state Hurricanes and another formidable program in Penn State. Alexis is the second wide receiver commit for the Longhorn 2021 recruiting class, as he joins Warren Easton LA wide out Casey Cain. He’s ranked as the No.
Herb Hand got his man. It has been an uphill battle all cycle for the Texas Longhorns staff when it comes to offensive line recruiting and they will probably be the first to tell you things have not gone according to plan. With James Brockermeyer going off the board to the Alabama Crimson Tide, the staff needed to circle the wagons and re-evaluate what they were going to do at the center position.
As the start of the 2020 college football season comes closer, the University of Texas has released its COVID-19 safety measures and guidelines for fans looking to attend Longhorns football games in the fall. The newly released guidelines come as UT officials continue talks with local health authorities and the Big 12 Conference about potentially dropping the capacity limit at Darrell K. Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium from 50% to 25%.