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  1. Broken Arrow coach David Alexander said during spring practice about Roland, "I’ve never had a player come so far as Demeco has. When he was a sophomore when he first got over here after wrestling I didn’t think that he was going to stick it out, sometime after wrestling in April he just decided he wanted to be a good football player. Demeco has transformed his body, he weighs 290, looks like 265. ... He's going to be a breakout guy, there's no doubt about it. He had a great winter, he looks great." Read more: https://www.tulsaworld.com/communities/brokenarrow/high-schools-broken-arrow-s-
  2. 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
  3. As we are on the very cusp of signing day 2015, I just wanted to take a moment and give thanks to BillySee for his outstanding coverage of North Texas football recruiting. This takes a lot of time and hard work on his part. I think the amount of detail and insight he has shared about this recruiting cycle has been fantastic and I know it is greatly appreciated by the Mean Green fanbase. As some of the older fans such as myself begin our journey towards that shiny Apogee in the clouds, it is encouraging to know we have young fans like Billy who share in our passion for UNT and Mean Green At
  4. According to the 247Sports.com ranking, Louisiana Tech (22 commitments) leads Conference USA and is 67th nationally. In descending order from there in league rankings, its Florida Atlantic (24) in second place, trailed by Marshall (18), Florida International (20), Old Dominion (26), Texas-San Antonio (26), Southern Miss (22), North Texas (18), Rice (14), MTSU (14), Western Kentucky (17), Charlotte (8) and UTEP (4). Read more: http://www.dnj.com/story/sports/2015/01/18/football-recruiting-rankings-still-inexact/21966045/
  5. The University of North Texas will host a free college recruiting seminar for high school and middle school athletes, their parents, high school coaches and counselors on Saturday. It will be at 2:30 p.m. in the Ken Bahnsen Gym. “The University of North Texas is proud to be a partner in this initiative to provide high school recruits a no-strings attached event to be further educated about the recruiting process,” said North Texas Athletic Director Rick Villarreal. “We strongly encourage all student-athletes grades 8 through 12 to take advantage of this presentation and get the in-depth in
  6. Strong, 53, becomes the first African-American coach to oversee a men’s sports program at Texas. His first order of business, Strong said is to build a program based on “physical and mental toughness,” with minimal focus on recruiting services’ rankings of prospects. “Let’s not get caught up in the 5-stars. Let’s not get caught up in the 4-stars. Let’s get caught up in the football players,” said Strong, whose predecessor earned the nickname “Coach February” for his heralded recruiting hauls but struggled in recent years to translate that to on-field success. Texas finished 30-21 in Brown’
  7. San Diego State defensive tackle Dan Kottman has decided to leave the program. The 6-foot-1, 245-pound sophomore, was one of only three true freshmen who played for SDSU last year. He played in eight games, and would have been the primary backup behind Sam Meredith this year if he hadn't injured his shoulder. Kottman had shoulder surgery in the spring to repair two tears and a torn right labrum and rotator cuff. It was a major surgery that set Kottman back about six months. But his season came to an end when he had to have surgery on the shoulder again in October to clean up scar tissu
  8. In one of the interesting moves of the last couple of weeks in Texas college football, Baker Mayfield is leaving Texas Tech for Oklahoma. I mention it because there was some talk about Mayfield considering UNT. I asked around and never picked up even a hint that Mayfield was ever involved with UNT. And so now the UNT quarterback field is set for spring practice. So who will replace Derek Thompson? Here is the field in the order I expect this to turn out... Read more: http://meangreenblog.dentonrc.com/2013/12/and-that-is-how-the-story-ends-mayfield-to-ou-lets-talk-unt-q
  9. And in other news, Rivals.com rated Shaquel Jackson, a defensive lineman out of DeSoto, who joined teammate Johnavhon Grahm in committing to UNT this summer. The website has Jackson rated as a two-star prospect. Read more: http://meangreenblog.dentonrc.com/2013/07/sunday-morning-recruiting-notes-2.html/
  10. I swung through the Don January golf tournament today and picked up a few random notes and tidbits. There were 43 teams this year. The event raises a ton of money for UNT athletic scholarships. UNT picked up $13,000 at the long drive event alone. Head coach Brad Stracke mentioned that UNT was ranked 155th when he arrived and is hanging around the top 30 now. Stracke also talked a little about UNT’s goal to raise $1.8 million to add a putting green and short game facility at Trophy Club. I saw UNT women’s basketball coach Mike Petersen. Tony Benford was gone by the time I arrive
  11. Wide receiver Hunter Jarmon (Waco, Texas/Midway) has four of his five official visits set. That fifth school will be set at a later time in the fall – if at all. Jarmon, one of the premier receivers in central Texas, said he will make officials to Kansas on Sept. 15, Minnesota on Sept. 22, Iowa State on Sept. 29 and Oregon State on Nov. 3. The 6-foot-1, 190-pound receiver, the son of former Baylor running back James Jarmon (1984-87), has offers from all four schools, in addition to Missouri, North Texas, New Mexico, SMU and Tulsa. “They’re all on my list right now, but anybody can be in
  12. They came from across the state, from Lake Travis to Denton, with some considered as top college prospects, like West Mesquite defensive back Will Earley, while others will be fighting for starting spots on their high school team this fall. What they all shared Friday night was a decision to give up one of their last free Friday nights before the beginning of fall practice at high schools across the state to spend a few hours at “Friday Night Lights.” North Texas’ final football camp of the summer attracted approximately 300 players, along with several dozen coaches and parents who watched
  13. Brett Vito @brettvito Just talked to Dan McCarney. The official count for camp tonight was about 300. Mac killed the closing speech. Not a surprise. about 2 hours ago https://twitter.com/intent/user?screen_name=brettvito Some BA recruits there lets hope we land some! GMG!
  14. Read more: http://collegefootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2012/05/25/early-june-the-target-for-brock-berglund-picking-new-school/
  15. Rumor is he may be close to getting a UNT offer. http://rivals.yahoo.com/highschool/football/recruiting/player-Justice-Liggins-140547
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