Texas Football's 2013 Recruiting Class Almost Half Full

Over at SB Nation, Bud Elliot and Texas football recruiting analyst Wescott Eberts of Burnt Orange Nation have an in-depth Q&A about the changes in Mack Brown's recruiting philosophy over the last two years, whether the Longhorns recent on-field failures have affected recruits' perception of the school and what positions Texas will target in the 2013 recruiting cycle:

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Right now, it looks like the 'Horns will be able to secure virtually every player in the state that they want, as well as having a chance, however slight, with a couple top national prospects. All in all, even though it's going down differently, this 2013 group looks like it will compete for being the best in the country, as have the last three classes for the 'Horns. And that last statement is why the future looks so bright in Austin and why virtually every player to verbally pledge in this class has mentioned the potential of winning a national championship early in their career.

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