Texas Football: Best and Worst of National Signing Day

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Texas Football: Best and Worst of National Signing Day
Eric Gay/Associated Press
Wednesday signaled the conclusion of Charlie Strong's first recruiting class at Texas.

National Signing Day has come and gone, leaving the Texas Longhorns with 23 total commits for its 17th-ranked 2014 class.

The final day of the recruiting cycle treated Texas much better than the rest of the process. Just in the past month, Charlie Strong and his new staff have seen six commitments flip to other schools. But on the last day of the season, every remaining commit followed through as Strong added two more to his haul.

Highlighted by those signings, signing day can be considered a general success for the 'Horns. However, the fact that so many commits and other in-state talents chose to go elsewhere shows that this program still has plenty of room for improvement.


All recruiting rankings and information courtesy of 247Sports.

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