Texas Football: Goals Mack Brown Must Set for 2013 Recruiting Class

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Texas Football: Goals Mack Brown Must Set for 2013 Recruiting Class
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Members of the 2012 recruiting class just moved into the dorms, but Mack Brown and the Texas Longhorns coaching staff have already started to pursue recruits for the class of 2013.

Actually, the Longhorns already have 14 commitments in the 2013 class. This leaves only 11 remaining scholarships to sign additional players.

However, it is still a long way away from national signing day on February 6th and recruits are still free to back out of their commitments. Texas felt the sting of denial earlier this month when the nation’s No. 1 wide receiver, Ricky Seals-Jones, backed out of his verbal commitment.

There are also a number of top-flight recruits remaining that the Longhorns have extended offers to, but have yet to make their college decision.

Despite the fact that more than half of the class of 2013 is already complete, there are still a number of things to do. So, here are some goals for Mack Brown in rounding out the class of 2013, as we inch closer to national signing day.

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