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Mind of Mike: Has Texas given up on RSJ too soon

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Rivals.com national analyst Mike Farrell is never shy to express his opinion on everything from commitments to rankings to how on-field performance affects recruiting. In this weekly feature -- Inside the Mind of Mike -- the most experienced analyst in the industry gives some of his thoughts on the events of the past week.
One reason MiamiClick Note to recruits out there if you're looking for a role model on how to handle yourself in regards to rankings: Take a look at Aloha, Ore., running back Thomas TynerClick Moore will be with fellow California standout Khalfani MuhammadClick Speaking of UCLA, the Bruins are currently very hot on the recruiting trail, drawing more and more attention from some high-profile prospects. The trio from Fresno (Calif.) Central East could very well end up at UCLA if the team continues to win. While Hatari ByrdClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. is committed to OklahomaClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link., it wouldn't stun me to see him de-commit for the Bruins if his teammates L.J. MooreClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. and Johnny JohnsonClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. end up there. Here to view this Link. on an official visit this weekend to Notre DameClick Speaking of UCLA, the Bruins are currently very hot on the recruiting trail, drawing more and more attention from some high-profile prospects. The trio from Fresno (Calif.) Central East could very well end up at UCLA if the team continues to win. While Hatari ByrdClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. is committed to OklahomaClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link., it wouldn't stun me to see him de-commit for the Bruins if his teammates L.J. MooreClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. and Johnny JohnsonClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. end up there. Here to view this Link. when the Irish play host to MichiganClick Speaking of UCLA, the Bruins are currently very hot on the recruiting trail, drawing more and more attention from some high-profile prospects. The trio from Fresno (Calif.) Central East could very well end up at UCLA if the team continues to win. While Hatari ByrdClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. is committed to OklahomaClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link., it wouldn't stun me to see him de-commit for the Bruins if his teammates L.J. MooreClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. and Johnny JohnsonClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. end up there. Here to view this Link. and hope to go 4-0. But more importantly, Moore will be with fellow defensive back Cole LukeClick Speaking of UCLA, the Bruins are currently very hot on the recruiting trail, drawing more and more attention from some high-profile prospects. The trio from Fresno (Calif.) Central East could very well end up at UCLA if the team continues to win. While Hatari ByrdClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. is committed to OklahomaClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link., it wouldn't stun me to see him de-commit for the Bruins if his teammates L.J. MooreClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. and Johnny JohnsonClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. end up there. Here to view this Link. from Arizona. How scary will Notre Dame be if they can start recruiting defensive backs? This is the best and most athletic Irish defense in years, and the current front seven will allow them to easily lure defensive linemen and linebackers. But they need to break through at corner and safety soon. Moore and Luke would be a nice 1-2 punch and can play either position down the line.Here to view this Link., who just rushed for 644 yards and 10 TDs in one game on 38 carries and now has 1,245 yards and 17 scores in three games this season. Tyner was once rated as the No. 1 running back in the country by Rivals.com, but after a track injury this spring that followed an injury-plagued junior year, he lost that title and his fifth star. Tyner, who was once No. 9 overall in the country, is now No. 51 overall and is No. 6 at his position. Did he complain on Facebook, send nasty e-mails or demand to have his profile removed from Rivals.com on Twitter? Nope. He didn't say a word. He just put his head down and worked harder. After his record-setting game I asked him if he was a man on a mission and he simply replied, "Got a chip on my shoulder!" When healthy, there is no running back in this class who has a better combination of size and speed, even if the competition level isn't great. OregonClick Moore will be with fellow California standout Khalfani MuhammadClick Speaking of UCLA, the Bruins are currently very hot on the recruiting trail, drawing more and more attention from some high-profile prospects. The trio from Fresno (Calif.) Central East could very well end up at UCLA if the team continues to win. While Hatari ByrdClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. is committed to OklahomaClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link., it wouldn't stun me to see him de-commit for the Bruins if his teammates L.J. MooreClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. and Johnny JohnsonClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. end up there. Here to view this Link. on an official visit this weekend to Notre DameClick Speaking of UCLA, the Bruins are currently very hot on the recruiting trail, drawing more and more attention from some high-profile prospects. The trio from Fresno (Calif.) Central East could very well end up at UCLA if the team continues to win. While Hatari ByrdClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. is committed to OklahomaClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link., it wouldn't stun me to see him de-commit for the Bruins if his teammates L.J. MooreClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. and Johnny JohnsonClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. end up there. Here to view this Link. when the Irish play host to MichiganClick Speaking of UCLA, the Bruins are currently very hot on the recruiting trail, drawing more and more attention from some high-profile prospects. The trio from Fresno (Calif.) Central East could very well end up at UCLA if the team continues to win. While Hatari ByrdClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. is committed to OklahomaClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link., it wouldn't stun me to see him de-commit for the Bruins if his teammates L.J. MooreClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. and Johnny JohnsonClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. end up there. Here to view this Link. and hope to go 4-0. But more importantly, Moore will be with fellow defensive back Cole LukeClick Speaking of UCLA, the Bruins are currently very hot on the recruiting trail, drawing more and more attention from some high-profile prospects. The trio from Fresno (Calif.) Central East could very well end up at UCLA if the team continues to win. While Hatari ByrdClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. is committed to OklahomaClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link., it wouldn't stun me to see him de-commit for the Bruins if his teammates L.J. MooreClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. and Johnny JohnsonClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. end up there. Here to view this Link. from Arizona. How scary will Notre Dame be if they can start recruiting defensive backs? This is the best and most athletic Irish defense in years, and the current front seven will allow them to easily lure defensive linemen and linebackers. But they need to break through at corner and safety soon. Moore and Luke would be a nice 1-2 punch and can play either position down the line.Here to view this Link. is getting a potential home run here. Here to view this Link. is not an impressive team this year? How about the fact that three of the top quarterbacks in the country hail from Miami and none of them play for The U? In 2009, Geno Smith (Eugene SmithClick Note to recruits out there if you're looking for a role model on how to handle yourself in regards to rankings: Take a look at Aloha, Ore., running back Thomas TynerClick Moore will be with fellow California standout Khalfani MuhammadClick Speaking of UCLA, the Bruins are currently very hot on the recruiting trail, drawing more and more attention from some high-profile prospects. The trio from Fresno (Calif.) Central East could very well end up at UCLA if the team continues to win. While Hatari ByrdClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. is committed to OklahomaClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link., it wouldn't stun me to see him de-commit for the Bruins if his teammates L.J. MooreClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. and Johnny JohnsonClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. end up there. Here to view this Link. on an official visit this weekend to Notre DameClick Speaking of UCLA, the Bruins are currently very hot on the recruiting trail, drawing more and more attention from some high-profile prospects. The trio from Fresno (Calif.) Central East could very well end up at UCLA if the team continues to win. While Hatari ByrdClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. is committed to OklahomaClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link., it wouldn't stun me to see him de-commit for the Bruins if his teammates L.J. MooreClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. and Johnny JohnsonClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. end up there. Here to view this Link. when the Irish play host to MichiganClick Speaking of UCLA, the Bruins are currently very hot on the recruiting trail, drawing more and more attention from some high-profile prospects. The trio from Fresno (Calif.) Central East could very well end up at UCLA if the team continues to win. While Hatari ByrdClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. is committed to OklahomaClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link., it wouldn't stun me to see him de-commit for the Bruins if his teammates L.J. MooreClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. and Johnny JohnsonClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. end up there. Here to view this Link. and hope to go 4-0. But more importantly, Moore will be with fellow defensive back Cole LukeClick Speaking of UCLA, the Bruins are currently very hot on the recruiting trail, drawing more and more attention from some high-profile prospects. The trio from Fresno (Calif.) Central East could very well end up at UCLA if the team continues to win. While Hatari ByrdClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. is committed to OklahomaClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link., it wouldn't stun me to see him de-commit for the Bruins if his teammates L.J. MooreClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. and Johnny JohnsonClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. end up there. Here to view this Link. from Arizona. How scary will Notre Dame be if they can start recruiting defensive backs? This is the best and most athletic Irish defense in years, and the current front seven will allow them to easily lure defensive linemen and linebackers. But they need to break through at corner and safety soon. Moore and Luke would be a nice 1-2 punch and can play either position down the line.Here to view this Link., who just rushed for 644 yards and 10 TDs in one game on 38 carries and now has 1,245 yards and 17 scores in three games this season. Tyner was once rated as the No. 1 running back in the country by Rivals.com, but after a track injury this spring that followed an injury-plagued junior year, he lost that title and his fifth star. Tyner, who was once No. 9 overall in the country, is now No. 51 overall and is No. 6 at his position. Did he complain on Facebook, send nasty e-mails or demand to have his profile removed from Rivals.com on Twitter? Nope. He didn't say a word. He just put his head down and worked harder. After his record-setting game I asked him if he was a man on a mission and he simply replied, "Got a chip on my shoulder!" When healthy, there is no running back in this class who has a better combination of size and speed, even if the competition level isn't great. OregonClick Moore will be with fellow California standout Khalfani MuhammadClick Speaking of UCLA, the Bruins are currently very hot on the recruiting trail, drawing more and more attention from some high-profile prospects. The trio from Fresno (Calif.) Central East could very well end up at UCLA if the team continues to win. While Hatari ByrdClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. is committed to OklahomaClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link., it wouldn't stun me to see him de-commit for the Bruins if his teammates L.J. MooreClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. and Johnny JohnsonClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. end up there. Here to view this Link. on an official visit this weekend to Notre DameClick Speaking of UCLA, the Bruins are currently very hot on the recruiting trail, drawing more and more attention from some high-profile prospects. The trio from Fresno (Calif.) Central East could very well end up at UCLA if the team continues to win. While Hatari ByrdClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. is committed to OklahomaClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link., it wouldn't stun me to see him de-commit for the Bruins if his teammates L.J. MooreClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. and Johnny JohnsonClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. end up there. Here to view this Link. when the Irish play host to MichiganClick Speaking of UCLA, the Bruins are currently very hot on the recruiting trail, drawing more and more attention from some high-profile prospects. The trio from Fresno (Calif.) Central East could very well end up at UCLA if the team continues to win. While Hatari ByrdClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. is committed to OklahomaClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link., it wouldn't stun me to see him de-commit for the Bruins if his teammates L.J. MooreClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. and Johnny JohnsonClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. end up there. Here to view this Link. and hope to go 4-0. But more importantly, Moore will be with fellow defensive back Cole LukeClick Speaking of UCLA, the Bruins are currently very hot on the recruiting trail, drawing more and more attention from some high-profile prospects. The trio from Fresno (Calif.) Central East could very well end up at UCLA if the team continues to win. While Hatari ByrdClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. is committed to OklahomaClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link., it wouldn't stun me to see him de-commit for the Bruins if his teammates L.J. MooreClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. and Johnny JohnsonClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. end up there. Here to view this Link. from Arizona. How scary will Notre Dame be if they can start recruiting defensive backs? This is the best and most athletic Irish defense in years, and the current front seven will allow them to easily lure defensive linemen and linebackers. But they need to break through at corner and safety soon. Moore and Luke would be a nice 1-2 punch and can play either position down the line.Here to view this Link. is getting a potential home run here. Here to view this Link. back then) chose West VirginiaClick Note to recruits out there if you're looking for a role model on how to handle yourself in regards to rankings: Take a look at Aloha, Ore., running back Thomas TynerClick Moore will be with fellow California standout Khalfani MuhammadClick Speaking of UCLA, the Bruins are currently very hot on the recruiting trail, drawing more and more attention from some high-profile prospects. The trio from Fresno (Calif.) Central East could very well end up at UCLA if the team continues to win. While Hatari ByrdClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. is committed to OklahomaClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link., it wouldn't stun me to see him de-commit for the Bruins if his teammates L.J. MooreClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. and Johnny JohnsonClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. end up there. Here to view this Link. on an official visit this weekend to Notre DameClick Speaking of UCLA, the Bruins are currently very hot on the recruiting trail, drawing more and more attention from some high-profile prospects. The trio from Fresno (Calif.) Central East could very well end up at UCLA if the team continues to win. While Hatari ByrdClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. is committed to OklahomaClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link., it wouldn't stun me to see him de-commit for the Bruins if his teammates L.J. MooreClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. and Johnny JohnsonClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. end up there. Here to view this Link. when the Irish play host to MichiganClick Speaking of UCLA, the Bruins are currently very hot on the recruiting trail, drawing more and more attention from some high-profile prospects. The trio from Fresno (Calif.) Central East could very well end up at UCLA if the team continues to win. While Hatari ByrdClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. is committed to OklahomaClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link., it wouldn't stun me to see him de-commit for the Bruins if his teammates L.J. MooreClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. and Johnny JohnsonClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. end up there. Here to view this Link. and hope to go 4-0. But more importantly, Moore will be with fellow defensive back Cole LukeClick Speaking of UCLA, the Bruins are currently very hot on the recruiting trail, drawing more and more attention from some high-profile prospects. The trio from Fresno (Calif.) Central East could very well end up at UCLA if the team continues to win. While Hatari ByrdClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. is committed to OklahomaClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link., it wouldn't stun me to see him de-commit for the Bruins if his teammates L.J. MooreClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., Troy WilliamsClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. and others. And for those who say it's unethical to drop recruits, what about the obscene number of prospects who drop verbal commitments themselves -- including Printz who was committed to SMU before following Adrian KlemmClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. to L.A.? Again it's unclear whether Printz was dropped or whether he de-committed, but either way that's life in recruiting these days. Both sides sound like they are better off now anyhow. Here to view this Link. and Johnny JohnsonClick There was a lot of talk and outrage about UCLAClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. dropping Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter quarterback Eddie PrintzClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. last week, if indeed that is what happened. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but if UCLA actually did drop him I don't take issue with it. After a hot start to the season and especially after the win over NebraskaClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link., UCLA was suddenly intriguing to local quarterbacks who are more coveted and talented and who began to show more interest. In this cutthroat world where coaches such as Jim MoraClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down to LSUClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. and Texas A&MClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. it appears, was dropped by the Longhorns recently in what I feel are once again old-school recruiting tactics. TexasClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. is now offering juniors earlier rather than waiting until after LOI Day, and the Longhorns aren't taking as many early commitments so they have room down the stretch for some key targets at must-have positions. All of that is great, and I know Brown has his reasons for the decision. But dropping RSJ rather than fighting the Tigers and Aggies down the stretch is not what big-time programs often do these days. Would any SEC team back off a kid this talented? Would USCClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link.? Here to view this Link. essentially get three years to prove they belong, you simply take the best players you can when the opportunity presents itself. I, for one, was puzzled why UCLA left the west coast for a quarterback in the first place and didn't push harder for Hayden RettigClick I really like the new approach to Texas recruiting by Mack BrownClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. except for one thing: Don't give up on a player as talented as Ricky Seals-JonesClick Deep thoughts Here to view this Link. in September. Seals-Jones, who is now down