Texas Football: Ranking the 5 Best Offensive Weapons for the Longhorns

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Texas Football: Ranking the 5 Best Offensive Weapons for the Longhorns
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As the summer months approach, teams across the country will be aiming to reinforce the foundation constructed this spring.

The Texas Longhorns installed a spread offense that could see them take off for a potential Big 12 title run, but several pieces will have to fall into place.

With an offensive arsenal very capable of loading up points, as seen during the 2012 season, the Longhorns return a vast majority of those weapons.

Running backs Johnathan Gray, Malcolm Brown and Joe Bergeron return as one of the most talented backfields in the country. The production has yet to meet those standards.

Mike Davis and Jaxon Shipley are the undisputed Nos. 1 and 2 at receiver and bring a great deal of experience and production, numbers that could increase with the offensive switch.

David Ash has flashed the ability to extend plays with his athleticism, but can he bring something special to the new offense?

Who else makes the cut for the top five offensive weapons?

 

Stats from mackbrown-texasfootball.com

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