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  1. February 2018 North Texas Signees Tim Faison LB 6'2" 225 Tallahassee, Florida (Independence CC) Alex Morris S 6'1" 188 Humble, Texas (Atascocita HS) Thomas Preston III OL 6'4" 290 Mesa, Arizona (Scottsdale CC) Derrick Shaw DT 6'0" 260 Broken Arrow, Oklahoma (Broken Arrow HS) Jyaire Shorter WR 6'2" 215 Killeen, Texas (Ellison HS) December 2017 North Texas Signees Jason Bean QB 6'3" 180 Mansfield, Texas (Lake Ridge HS) Cole Brown OL 6'4" 250 Conroe, Texas (Conroe HS) Keelan Crosby S 6'1" 175 Anna, Texas (Anna HS) Kevyon "KD" Davis LB 5'11" 200 Ennis, Texas (Ennis HS) Jaxon Gibbs S 5'11" 196 The Colony, Texas (The Colony HS) Jordan Hunt LB 6'2" 215 Wylie, Texas (Wylie HS) Dayton LeBlanc DL 6'1" 265 Lexington, Kentucky (Frederick Douglass HS) Kason Martin QB 6'3" 200 Manvel, Texas (Manvel HS) Darrian McMillan DL 6'2" 251 Mobile, Alabama (Butler CC) Larry Nixon III LB 6'0" 210 North Richland Hills, Texas (Richland HS) Austin Ogunmakin WR 6'3" 179 Alief, Texas (Hastings HS) Tuulau Saafi LB 6'3" 272 Euless, Texas (Mt. San Antonio College) DeAndre Torrey RB 5'7" 189 Gautier, Mississippi (Gulf Coast JC) Reggie Williams S 5'10" 180 Grand Prairie, Texas (Grand Prairie HS)
  2. 6. Seth Littrell, North Texas - After an encouraging 5-8 debut season in 2016, North Texas burst on to the scene last year with a surprising 9-5 record and captured their first C-USA West division title. Littrell’s Air Raid offense has been a perfect fit for UNT and the Mean Green should be in store for another dynamite season as star players Mason Fine, Jalen Guyton and Michael Lawrence all return. Littrell has turned around North Texas without the recruiting success you’d expect from a coach who’s located in the talent-rich DFW metroplex, nor the coaching stability as his staff was raided by P5 schools before last year’s breakthrough season. The former tells me that Littrell is a great developer of talent who knows how to get the most out of his players, while the latter shows that Littrell has a good eye for coaching talent. read more:
  3. This show we recap a tough loss in the C-USA Championship game against Florida Atlantic but also look forward to a return trip to New Orleans to face the the Trojans from Troy. UNT alums @Evan, @Harry and @BeyondTheGreen give their hot sports thoughts on the big bowl game opportunity and also get a recruiting update from @TheReal_jayD on the early signing period and a big group of visitors UNT has coming in this weekend. Audio Link:
  4. HEAD COACH CANDIDATE?: Though he's only 32, expect the name of Graham Harrell, UNT's offensive coordinator, to come up soon in head-coaching searches, such as the one UTEP will go on soon. "Graham's an unbelievable coach, there's no doubt in my mind he's going to be an unbelievable head coach," Littrell said. "He was born and bred, his entire family, to be a great head coach." read more:
  5. DENTON -- Seth Littrell came to North Texas a year ago with a national reputation as an offensive guru and vowed to "tee it high and let it fly." The path UNT's head coach took to reach that goal seemed a little unconventional, to say the least. Littrell had been on the job just a few days when he handed his offense over to Graham Harrell, a Texas high school and college football legend with a short coaching résumé. Littrell's decision to hire an old friend as his offensive coordinator and play-caller resulted in a few bumpy moments, but it paid dividends overall. UNT will head into the second year of the Littrell era off a turnaround season that came largely out of the chemistry the pair have developed together -- and with their players. "Those two guys have a great relationship," UNT quarterback Mason Fine said. "Coach Littrell respects what Coach Harrell is trying to do. And Coach Harrell will bounce ideas off Littrell. Their attitudes complement each other. Coach Littrell is more laid-back, while Coach Harrell is always yelling. I am very comfortable with both those guys." read more:
  6. COLLEGE STATION, Texas -- Kason Martin, a 2018 quarterback from Texas powerhouse Manvel, breaks down his commitment to North Texas. Manvel High School produces as much FBS talent as almost any program in the state of Texas, and the 2018 class is no different. Kason Martin will be the trigger man for Manvel's offense this fall and has already made his college commitment. North Texas landed the 6-foot-3, 182-pounder in mid-June. "North Texas was my first offer. The whole coaching staff really felt like a family," said Martin, whose father Kirk is the head coach at Manvel. "(Special teams coordinator) coach (Marty) Biagi was the guy who was really selling me to the coaches. When (offensive coordinator) coach (Graham) Harrell sat down and watched my film, he was like, 'Why haven't we offered this guy yet?' "He told me that I reminded him of him when he was young and that just really meant a lot. I grew up watching Graham Harrell at Texas Tech and he's been my childhood idol for a really long time. I really felt like it was a really great fit." Read more:
  7. If Riley were to move either Gundy or Bedenbaugh to offensive coordinator, he may also add a quarterbacks coach. A name to keep an eye on would be Graham Harrell, who Riley coached at Texas Tech, and is currently the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks' coach at North Texas. read more:
  8. TheReal_jayD

    Littrell Era has Begun!

    North Texas fans find themselves only one day away until the NCAA recruiting dead period ends. With just three weeks until National Signing Day (February 3rd) and a newly hired coaching staff it looks to be a fun ride for Mean Green fans. There was a lot of fanfare when North Texas announced North Carolina offensive coordinator Seth Littrell as their 19th head coach after the dismissal of Dan McCarney. Littrell soon announced Texas High School Hall of Famer Graham Harrell (Washington State) as his new offensive coordinator, along with Joel Filani (Washington State) who will coach wide receivers. He made in my opinion a good move retaining Tommy Perry as running backs/special teams coordinator. Defensive coordinator Mike Ekeler (Georgia) also joined the fold along with assistant head coach and safeties coach Troy Reffett (ULM). Tommy Mainord (Kentucky) was named associate head coach and inside receivers and Zach Womack (North Carolina) will take on the strength and conditioning program. Brad Davis (ECU) will coach the offensive line. The staff was looking strong until we lost a beloved staff member in Defensive Line Coach Kevin Patrick to Texas Tech earlier this week. I wish KP the best of luck out in Lubbock. It is always tough losing good coaches but I have complete confidence that Littrell will get a solid defensive line coach in to replace KP. Coach Littrell and company have been making the most of the dead period. They have been setting up recruiting plans for when dead period ends so they can hit the ground running, and solidifying a very impressive staff. Social media activity has picked up immensely and there seems to be a lot of interest in his efforts to rebuild the program. There are signs his plan is working as he landed two key transfers who could impact future of UNT football. Freshman defensive tackle Bryce English from Kansas State University was a key pickup and was considered one of the best defensive tackle prospects in the country coming out of DeSoto high school. The hope is he will help solidify the defensive line for years to come which is an area UNT struggled with under McCarney. The next key transfer was Alabama back-up quarterback Alec Morris who as a graduate will be able to participate in spring training. Coming off his second national championship ring, he brings a strong arm and experience to the quarterback competition alongside returning senior Damarcus Smith. It has been a busy first month on the job for Seth Littrell but it only gets more critical as the eve of dead period rapidly approaches. Mean Green fans are in for an exciting roller coaster ride the next three weeks. I’m excited for what the future holds for Mean Green Football. Update: It looks like UNT may be retaining Scotty Conley as director of football operations. He is showing up on their official website which includes Perry who has been retained and Harrell, Filani etc.