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Why will he have an offer from both schools pending March 2nd? Have the coaches promised an offer at the next Aggie junior day? Or is March 2nd a Longhorn junior day? What is the holdup on both schools offering, I'm assuming we want him at CB and have Brown ahead on our big board.
He hasn't been offered. And the second Johnson is offered by Texas I do hope/pray he commits on the spot.
All D1 prospects from Brenham belong in Austin. A&M needs to stay the hell away from Brenham.
This post was edited by Xterminator 17 months ago
Brenhamhorn, any idea when your bro would like to make a decision?
Burton and Howe are the UTA guys right? Brenhamhorn is a grad I would guess? Wilson Whitley was the one we really missed on...
LOL @ violations for fans tweeting at recruits. Nothing will ever be done about this.
Tweet away OP.
U guess Brenhamhorn is a grad of where? tu, cuz that would be a no pretty sure
Your logic is boggling my mind
I think Darrion gets moved on by Sumlin when they are ready to move on from Brown and Paris after they land DSG. With the little interest they have shown in Watkins, I could see he and the LA Roberts kid being pursued to commit as the 4th DB down the road, with the CA Adoree Jackson guy, Brown or Paris or 'insert stud here' still having a spot if they would jump on board, that is 4-5 DBs, which seems to be a consistent expectation in this class. Am I missing anyone else they are showing significant interest in at this point? Doesnt seem like they are after Adams yet, I think if they land DSG they will not go hard after him as they have DSG rated higher. This is my opinion based on the info over the past few weeks
Brenham kids are soft. Pass.
"So you saying there's a chance."............Lloyd Christmas, 1994.
But....we are not DBU?!?!
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