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Harris: Excited To Bring Title Back To Texas

Harris: Excited To Bring Title Back To Texas

The Texas Longhorns picked up two surprising commitments last week from in-state prospects Ian Harris and James Kirkendoll. Both kids quickly decommitted from their respective schools when Texas extended an offer. Harris and Kirkendoll were in Austin over the weekend to take their official visits. San Antonio Churchill product Harris talked about his trip to the 40 Acres.

"It went excellent. I got a chance to eat and meet with the coaches," Ian Harris told Inside Texas. "I mainly talked to (Tight Ends) Coach (Bruce) Chambers and Coach (Mack) Brown about how they were going to use me in the future." "As you know, Texas is bringing in another tight end in Blaine Irby. They were explaining how they were going to use us in a similar style to how they used David Thomas...

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