The Texas Longhorns' 2013 recruiting class has its obvious strengths and weakness.
The 'Horns may have secured a huge future with dual-threat quarterback Tyrone Swoopes, who has already slotted himself as the No. 3 on the depth chart.
Furthermore, Texas landed what appears to be three first-year offensive linemen who could have an impact within the next two seasons.
In contrast, Texas failed to pick up a defensive line commitment after losing the verbal pledge from consensus 5-star defensive tackle A'Shawn Robinson.
However, the Longhorns have to believe that they landed some true difference-makers during a crucial time in the Texas program.
Texas comes into the 2013 season as one of the most experienced teams in the FBS, meaning the opportunities for freshman contributors is slim.
But there are opportunities.