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Palo Duro WR Montrel Meander gives the Longhorns a speed threat for the 2013 class.
Welcome to the 40 Acres Montrel Meander. Meander, a 6’3″, 180 pound WR/S from Palo Duro High School in Amarillo became the fifteenth 2013 commitment after a last minute official visit to Austin. Meander had long been committed to Washington State, but flipped this weekend in favor of the good guys.
Meander is an athlete. He can play either safety or wide receiver. As a spread wide receiver he shows excellent straight line speed and could be the deep threat this offense so desperately needs-especially with the departure of the drastically-under used Marquise Goodwin. His route running is raw, but he shows great separation at the line of scrimmage and a willingness to go across the middle and make a tough catch.
As a safety, Meander showed really good instincts and takes good angles when tackling. He shows the ability to cover sideline to sideline, sheds blocks well, and wraps up-all of which are...
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The 2013 recruiting class is in the books and it was an extremely successful haul for Mack Brown and The University of Texas football team. While the class of 15 signees is a small one compared to last year’s class that saw 28 players ink their names to national letters of intent...
The Longhorns pulled a bit of a rabbit out of the hat Monday when Amarillo Palo Duro wide receiver Montrel Meander flipped from Washington State to Texas.