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Texas Showing Interest, But No Invite Yet

Texas Showing Interest, But No Invite Yet

The Texas Longhorns will desperately be in need of some defensive end commitments from the 2009 class after missing out on the Lone Star State's elite in '08. Some would argue that Houston Chavez's Mike Brockers is the best of the bunch. After all, he already holds four offers. However, he has yet to receive any junior day invites.

"Recruiting is going well," Mike Brockers said. "Texas, Texas A&M and Oregon State have been showing a lot of interest. I've been getting a lot of letters. LSU has been sending a lot of letters." On top of the schools mentioned above...

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