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Yes she does. She will take a visit to Texas. I talked to her a few weeks ago and she said the Horns are definitely on her list of favorites.
What is it looking like with the left tackle out of California?
Desmond Harrison - Texas is actively recruiting the JUCO monster tackle (6-8, 330). As are many programs .
What is y'alls take on the Benenoch recruitment. Is the kid just totally confused, too easily influenced, excitable or....? I'll hang up and listen.
Definitely likes Texas a lot. I think a lot of kids love the process, which is fine. At the same time, not every college is going to feel the same way dependent on a prospects talent level.
Talent is absolutely not in question. He has had some off-field issues.
He's still young so let's see how things turn out. He certainly has the opportunity in front of him and those close to him recognize that.
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BTW, Harrison is not the only JUCO OL Texas is taking a look at.
If Billings goes to Baylor, Texas will be in need of an interior guy and tackle.
Is this a direct result of the tackles on campus or is this a way to let the talent on campus develop and add depth?
Alright, it's time to wrap this up. We'll post this in a Q&A format later today. Thanks to everyone. Hope everybody enjoyed it.
What is RSJ going to tell another recruit. Texas wasn't willing to pay me; so I'm don't like them any longer.
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