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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)

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4 minutes ago, DeepGreen said:

Signees only, correct?  Who are the preferred walk-ons, etc?

Correct signees only. 

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19 total, so were there 6 Blueshirts in last year's class?   If so, we're done with 2018's class.
If less, we still have scholarships to give.    Maybe for a late qualifier or grad transfer, or Littrell may want to reward a walkon currently not on scholarship with one.

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26 minutes ago, MeanGreenTexan said:

19 total, so were there 6 Blueshirts in last year's class?   If so, we're done with 2018's class.
If less, we still have scholarships to give.    Maybe for a late qualifier or grad transfer, or Littrell may want to reward a walkon currently not on scholarship with one.

They usually keep a couple in their back pocket for late qualifiers.

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5 hours ago, MeanGreenTexan said:

19 total, so were there 6 Blueshirts in last year's class?   If so, we're done with 2018's class.
If less, we still have scholarships to give.    Maybe for a late qualifier or grad transfer, or Littrell may want to reward a walkon currently not on scholarship with one.

How SL talked in his interview it was seemed like they take a few less now to add more players next year, but I only saw a 2:00 clip and he said next year that they should be around 22-23 next year.. 

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14 hours ago, BTG_Fan1 said:

How SL talked in his interview it was seemed like they take a few less now to add more players next year, but I only saw a 2:00 clip and he said next year that they should be around 22-23 next year.. 

Yep.  Which would make sense if Carroll, Redfearn are known blueshirts... and do we have another?

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9 hours ago, MeanGreenTexan said:

Yep.  Which would make sense if Carroll, Redfearn are known blueshirts... and do we have another?

I’m assuming the kicker or the CB/S from Georgia, Millard..

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