It’s March, though Texas’s 2018 signing category usually got even better. The Longhorns’ 27-man transport enclosed 3 5-stars and 10 4-stars, ranking No. 3 nationally in the 247Sports Composite rankings. And while their ranking isn’t budging, a Longhorns usually combined — for a 2018 deteriorate usually — a homogeneous of another 5-star recruit. In fact, he might be even improved than that.
Calvin Anderson, a two-time Honorable Mention All-Conference USA product during Rice a past dual seasons, announced Saturday he will be a connoisseur send to Texas. Anderson announced he was withdrawal Rice in Jan and spent a past dual months enjoying a recruiting routine he did not accept as a recruit. Anderson was heavily followed by Michigan, Oklahoma and Auburn as a star member of a 2018 giveaway representative class, though chose Texas in a end. He is an Austin local and a connoisseur of Westlake High School.
— Calvin Anderson (@THE_CONDA25) March 10, 2018
The essay was on a wall late Friday night, when Texas quarterback and associate Westlake alum Sam Ehlinger cryptically tweeted a following:
— Sam Ehlinger (@sehlinger3) March 10, 2018
As he mentioned in a video, Anderson started a past 36 games during left tackle during Rice, and as a Longhorn he total to slip into a spot Connor Williams was ostensible to fill in 2017 though could not due to spending a bulk of a deteriorate on a harmed list. With Anderson in a fold, Texas total to have one of a many gifted left sides of a descent line in college football this fall. Left guard Patrick Vahe (a senior) and center Zach Shackelford (a junior) have both started given their particular loyal beginner seasons.
And while it won’t impact a 2018 product, Texas got some some-more good news on a recruiting front progressing Saturday when far-reaching receiver Jordan Whittington also committed to Texas.
A Cuero, Texas native, Whittington is a No. 4 wideout and a No. 26 altogether partisan in a 2019 category according to the 247Sports Composite rankings.