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Hopkins Getting Bigger and Stronger

Hopkins Getting Bigger and Stronger

The Texas Longhorns have a marvelous 2010 recruiting class to this point and will certainly add to it in the coming weeks and months. The first commitment of the class was North Shore offensive tackle Trey Hopkins and the long armed junior is in the middle of a growth spurt and is making a concerted effort in the weight room.

The Texas Longhorns have loaded up on the defensive line, defensive back and receiver in the 2010 class. While the offensive line will not have the numbers as in past classes, the quality is high and one of the reasons is North Shore's Trey Hopkins. Hopkins, the #62 prospect in the country in the latest Scout 100, was the first member of the Longhorn's class. The versatile line prospect that could...

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