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Texas adds second ESPN 300 QB after flipping Cameron Rising from OU

ESPN 300 QB Cameron Rising has switched his commitment from Oklahoma to archrival Texas. Here's what type of skillset this signal-caller adds to the Longhorns' 2018 haul at the position, which already includes ESPN 300 dual-threat Casey Thompson:What he brings: He is tall enough with the athleticism to extend plays and is a poised passer who sees the field well.

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Jeremy Crabtree RecruitingNation 

The Red River rivalry is at it's best when it also extends to the recruiting trail. Saturday evening, Texas swiped Oklahoma's longtime quarterback commit Cameron Rising. The 6-foot-2, 210-pound Rising is an ESPN 300 prospect and had been committed to OU since last August. He is the No. 202 player in the country and now the Longhorns two ESPN 300 quarterback pledges.

Max Olson ESPN Staff Writer 

ESPN 300 QB Cameron Rising has flipped his commitment from Oklahoma to Texas. That's a shocking steal. Tom Herman and Tim Beck already had a pledge from Casey Thompson, the top QB in Oklahoma. And now they've swiped Oklahoma's QB commit. Rising hails from California and chose the Longhorns after visiting for their spring game last weekend.

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Former Baylor basketball star Ish Wainright scored a touchdown in his first spring game with the team today. Freshman QB Charlie Brewer got Wainwright 1-on-1 outside and lobbed it up for the 23-yard score. "Obviously he's got great hands," coach Matt Rhule said. "I don't know how many plays he played, but he was productive."

Max Olson ESPN Staff Writer 

Baylor's running back room took some hits this spring. Terence Williams sat out of today's spring game, Ja'Mycal Hasty got hurt early in the spring game and freshman Abram Smith suffered a torn ACL in practice. So former walk-on Wyatt Schrepfer and walk-on Obim Okeke had to play out the full scrimmage today. "If we were in a game, normally I might have played (Hasty) right away," coach Matt Rhule said. "But really proud of those two guys for playing the whole game."