Found November 27, 2012 on HornSports.com:
Photo: JRandallC With the last remnants of the Class of 2008 are playing their final regular season game as Texas Longhorns, lets take a look back at the players, what happened, and how things shook out for them. Be warned, this article is not a list of statistics, just a brief summary on each player and how their collegiate careers played out. Feel free to discuss this with our guys here at Horn Sports, and certainly give us your opinion. The class of 21 was ranked 16th by Rivals and had as many hits as it did misses. Of the 21 signed, 14 were ranked in the top 25 of their position. 8 of those were ranked in the top ten. The class featured 12 four-star and 2 five-star recruits. Lets dig in: 4-Star – WR DJ Grant, Austin Johnson HS, Austin, TX Grant moved to TE during his time with Texas, and was a guy who seemingly had all the tools but lacked the effort to be truly great. He did have his flashes, a big game against UCLA last year, and a monster grab on 4th down this year, but he al...
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