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    • By Coach Andy Mac
      How Skip Holtz and his coaching staff have attacked and been effective with the transfer portal this offseason has been unprecedented, even by their recruiting standards.
      Since the 2019 squad shut out Miami, 14-0, in the Independence Bowl in Shreveport to conclude the season five months ago, Louisiana Tech has added five transfers, four of those from FBS programs. The other transfer was an FCS quarterback Luke Anthony from Abilene Christian that signed on Signing Day back in February.
      Tech has made some big splashes on the transfer market, not only from a team needs standpoint, but also in talent as well. The departure of three-year starter J'Mar Smith left a void at quarterback and Anthony, a two-star recruit, will provide competition at the position once camp opens up in Ruston.
      read more:  https://www.thenewsstar.com/story/sports/college/louisiana-tech/2020/05/22/louisiana-tech-transfers-football-recruiting-rankings-numbers/3110287001/
    • By Harry
      February 2018 North Texas Signees
      Tim Faison
      LB
      6'2"
      225
      Tallahassee, Florida (Independence CC)
      Alex Morris
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      188
      Humble, Texas (Atascocita HS)
      Thomas Preston III
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      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
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      Jason Bean
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      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
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      Ennis, Texas (Ennis HS)
      Jaxon Gibbs
      S
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      196
      The Colony, Texas (The Colony HS)
      Jordan Hunt
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      6'2"
      215
      Wylie, Texas (Wylie HS)
      Dayton LeBlanc
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      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
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      Euless, Texas (Mt. San Antonio College)
      DeAndre Torrey
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      5'7"
      189
      Gautier, Mississippi (Gulf Coast JC)
      Reggie Williams
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    • By Harry
      A school-record seven North Texas teams earned a perfect score for the 2017-18 academic year, according to the Academic Progress Rate report released by the NCAA Wednesday.

      Since the NCAA began reporting APR data in 2005, North Texas has never more than six teams with a perfect score in one academic year.

      Posting a perfect 1,000 for the 2017-18 season were men's golf, women's golf, men's cross country, women's basketball, swimming & diving, tennis and volleyball. For men's and women's golf, women's basketball, and tennis, this was the seconded year in a row to report a perfect single-year score.

      Of the 14 teams sponsored by North Texas, 12 improved their single-year score from the previous year.

      "I'm very proud of our student-athletes for their many records and achievements this year," Vice President and Director of Athletics Wren Baker said. "We take the greatest pride in their academic success which is reflective of the dedication of our student-athletes, coaches and academic staff. Collectively with the support of our donors and fans, we will continue to build champions and prepare leaders."

      In the multiyear APR data, eight UNT teams maintained or improved their score from last year's report. The multiyear scores cover a four-year period beginning in the 2014-15 academic year and ending in 2017-18. The NCAA mandates a four-year aggregate score of 900 as acceptable for each sport. The Mean Green tennis team has maintained a perfect 1,000 multiyear score to lead the way, and earn public recognition by the NCAA for being in the top-10 percent nationally.

      To see how each Mean Green team performed in the APR, find the full report by clicking the link below.  
      https://web3.ncaa.org/aprsearch/aprsearch
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