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7-6, 4th in Big 12
Prospect Profile: Michael Dickson (0:35)
Prospect Profile: Holton Hill (0:28)
Prospect Profile: DeShon Elliot (0:34)
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3dTom Luginbill and Tom VanHaaren

What you need to know for 2019 ESPN 300

The first edition of the 2019 player rankings see DE Kayvon Thibodeaux on top. It also has several QBs that should fit right in as college stars.

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Prospect Profile: Malik Jefferson (0:33)
Prospect Profile: Connor Williams (0:47)
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26dTom VanHaaren

Top LB prospect Floyd commits to Texas

LB De'Gabriel Floyd (No. 24 overall) is the third ESPN Jr. 300 commitment for the Texas Longhorns in the 2019 class.

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Texas junior guard Kerwin Roach announces he will declare for the NBA draft but won't hire an agent. Roach averaged 12 points per game and led the Longhorns with 47 steals this year. "My family and I talked with Coach Smart and we have all decided that it is best for me to test the waters," Roach said in a statement. "We want to see where I may stand in this year's draft, but we're also keeping all options open. We want to get the most accurate feedback directly from the NBA, so we can make the best decision for my future."

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44dAdam Rittenberg

Clemson prevails in 64-team college football bracket

As we finish up our dream, 64-team college football bracket, which team reigns supreme? Thanks to a dominant defense and several options at QB, Dabo Swinney's squad comes out on top.

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45dAdam Rittenberg

What would happen in a 64-team college football bracket?

Sure, the College Football Playoff is great, but let's get greedy. Using the 2018 preseason FPI, we get down to the Sweet 16 in a true version of gridiron madness.

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47dJake Trotter

Texas gets OT help, lands transfer Anderson

Texas landed coveted graduate transfer Calvin Anderson on Saturday. The former Rice three-year starter chose the Longhorns over Oklahoma, Auburn and Michigan.

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47dGerry Hamilton

Texas lands No. 10-ranked junior Whittington

Jordan Whittington, the No. 1-ranked athlete and 10th overall prospect in the Class of 2019, announced his commitment to Texas on Saturday.

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Eye-opener: Punter asked to do staring contest

Michael Dickson said he started off poorly but picked it up late when asked by Seattle to do a staring contest at the combine. "My third time I had figured out a technique to look around the room just to get your eyes a little watery, I guess," he said.

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New Texas AD gets 7-year deal starting at $1.3M

Chris Del Conte's annual salary at Texas will reach $1.57 million in the final year in 2024. The contract includes an additional $725,000 in other payments spread over the life of the deal.

Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer 

Baylor has hired former Texas defensive lineman Frank Okam as its DL coach. Okam previously was at Rice.

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65dAdam Rittenberg

QB Future Power Rankings: Georgia leads the way

Which teams are primed for success over the next three seasons at the game's most important position? A true freshman led Georgia to the title game, and the Bulldogs have the nation's top 2018 recruit on campus, but Clemson and Alabama aren't far behind.

Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer 

Former Oklahoma QB Baker Mayfield, who attended the OU-Texas basketball game Saturday, was asked about the Red River Showdown. He didn't mince words about the Longhorns: "You come to Oklahoma to beat Texas. I was born and raised in Austin. They didn't recruit me. I grew up 15 miles from their campus. I can't stand them. Anything they do, I don't care. I talked to the NFL guys and they said I need to calm it down a little bit. But when it comes to Texas, absolutely not. No. end of story."

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71dEdward Aschoff

Take a spin with college football's trade machine

Clemson QB Kelly Bryant and Alabama QB Jalen Hurts on the move? With quality backups in place, let's make some (pretend) deals. Here are 11 trade-deadline-inspired moves to improve college football's best teams for 2018.

Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

Texas' class finishes the day at No. 3 overall. Last year, the Longhorns had the 33rd-ranked class. Since ESPN recruiting rankings began (2006), that's the second biggest jump from in a year, according to ESPN Stats and Information (Michigan went from 40 to 6 in 2015-2016).

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