The Texas Longhorns, under longtime head coach Mack Brown, have improved in each of the last three seasons. However, and despite highly-touted recruiting classes, the Horns have failed to crack the 10-win plateau. Once again, there are extremely high expectations for this program, especially with 19 starters returning from an Alamo Bowl-winning 2012 unit.
Thus, with so many young guys returning, Brown and his staff went about their recruiting a bit differently than in years past. Whether or not they were successful, however, is up to you.
The incoming 2013 class consists of 15 high school stars. While there are no five-star guys in this year’s class, there are 11 four-stars and a few guys that are expected to make an immediate impact — especially in the trenches.
Of the team’s five ESPN150 recruits, three of them are on the offensive line, meaning Brown and Co. are gearing up to run a ground-and-pound game to compete against the SEC in the postseason.
So, what do you think? Are you impressed by Brown’s haul, or do you think he and his staff could have even done better?
It’s time to have your voice heard, Horns Nation, and give your program’s recruiting class a grade