What Charlie Strong's Hire Means for Texas Recruiting

Full Ride@BR_FullRideB/R VideoJanuary 7, 2014

Charlie Strong has left Louisville to become the 29th head coach at Texas.

Strong left the Cardinals after four seasons, leading them to four consecutive bowl appearances, including a huge upset win over Florida in the 2013 Sugar Bowl.

Strong brings a tough attitude to the Longhorns. He is known for his hard-nosed style of coaching and being a relentless recruiter.

What does Strong's hire in Austin mean to recruiting for Texas going forward? What are current commits saying? How are top targets reacting to him? Where will this recruiting class end up?

Bleacher Report's Reese Waters spoke with Horns247 recruiting analyst Jeff Howe (@JeffHowe247) to break down the latest with Texas recruiting.

Highlights courtesy of XOS Digital

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