Five UT football signees headline Texas ties at U.S. Army All-American Bowl

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Much of the future of Texas Football invaded San Antonio this week for the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.

In total, the Longhorns have five signees that will spend the week together representing the West Team before they head back to Austin to begin their careers at Texas.

“A little extra practice before I enroll at Texas on the 11th so just to come out here and compete is awesome.” Texas defensive back signee Caden Sterns said.

“We got some guys that want to play football.” Texas defensive back signee Anthony Cook added. “We’re all hungry and we’re all trying to get Texas back on top, so I think that’s what make it special about our class.”

It’s a signing class Tom Herman knew had to be a home run. One that the Horns hope will go a long way in propelling Texas back to the top. The Longhorns 2018 class is currently ranked number three in the nation according to 247Sports Composite.

“Something’s cookin’ up in Austin man. “It’s hard for me to explain, y’all are just gonna have to see and watch. Y’all saw this year a little taste of what Coach Herman’s gonna do. But man, it’s going down man, I can’t wait for that USC game up at DKR!” Cook said.

The U.S. Army All-American Bowl kicks off at Noon on Saturday, January 6 at the Alamodome in San Antonio.

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