Texas Football: Incoming Freshmen Most Likely to Start

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Texas Football: Incoming Freshmen Most Likely to Start
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Will true freshman Jerrod Heard start in 2014?

David Ash's progress toward a clean bill of health decrease the chances that we will see Jerrod Heard start a game in 2014, but the 4-star recruit is far from the only incoming Longhorn that could run with the first team.

"[Ash]'s not all the way back, but he's out there competing," a source told 247Sports.com's Jeff Howe. "He's throwing a little bit and looking good. He looks like he's going to be fine."

The health of Texas' fourth-year quarterback improves the outlook for the Longhorns and fans who are willing to wait for a little while on Heard. That said, it's too early to completely rule out seeing the future start as a freshman.

And for fans who are eager to get a look at Heard's 2014 classmates, there are three others with a chance to start in their first season on campus, listed in order most likely to least. 

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