Wescott Eberts


Wescott Eberts is a contributor to SB Nation's Texas blog, Burnt Orange Nation.


#YESSIR: Aggies racing for 2014

The Texas A&M Aggies may not be the preeminent recruiting power in the state of Texas with seven big 2014 commitments already. Step on inside for a full breakdown of the class as currently...

Sooners have two 2014 pledges, looking more local

The Oklahoma Sooners are off two a solid start in 2014 recruiting with two pledges from Texas, but what will define the class may be their ability to keep top Oklahoma stars at home.

No. 1 unsigned 2013 recruit visits Auburn

The big wide receiver prospect didn't sign with TExas A&M because of academic difficulties and then took an official visit to Auburn last weekend.

Texas Tech hosts first 2014 Junior Day, lands DE

New head coach Kliff Kingsbury hosted his first Junior Day at Texas Tech for 2014 prospects and the visitor list included some high-profile names. Find out who visited and who committed to become a...

Texas adds 4* LB at first Junior Day

The Texas Longhorns picked up a verbal pledge from 2014 Dallas (Texas) Carter LB Cameron Hampton, who committed at the first Junior Day on Sunday. Find out what he will bring to the table for the...

Smiles all around

The Fighting Texas Aggies added a nice of heaping of swag to their program with the addition of a top-rated class that included a whopping 32 prospects and heralded the rise of a regional...

Surging momentum

The Baylor Bears turned in one of their best recruiting classes ever. Find out who stands out in the 2013 class for Art Briles and company.

Big 12's best, barely

The Sooners managed to edge the Longhorns for the best class in the Big 12 by the slimmest of margins. Full class and more below.

Disappointment reigns

Looking back on the Signing Day that was for the Texas Longhorns, who signed their smallest class since 2005 and suffered a record number of decommitments, which ended up defining the group.

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