Texas vanquishes LSU, Miami for No

  • Blake Baumgartner, ESPN Personnel WriterAug 10, 2023, 03:31 PM ET

A year from now, Texas and LSU will be conference rivals in the freshly broadened 16-team SEC. Both schools have been participated in a fight to protect the dedication from luxury defensive end Colin Simmons.Steve Sarkisian and

the Longhorns triumphed over Brian Kelly and the Tigers, as Simmons announced Thursday that he’ll play in Austin next fall.Miami was the 3rd finalist in Simmons ‘recruitment.Simmons is the No. 7

general hire in the 2024 ESPN 300, and the No. 1-ranked defensive end.His decision to stay at home and play in-state will provide an immediate increase on the trail as the Longhorns’2024 class presently sits 24th in ESPN’s rankings. Texas took the third-best class in 2023. Quarterback Arch Manning (No. 5 general )and linebacker Anthony Hill Jr.( No. 16 general)were both first-class potential customers in the 2023 class and Simmons is the program’s first luxury protective lineman because Jackson Jeffcoat(No. 2 overall)in 2010. The 6-foot-3, 225-pound Simmons taped 79 deals with, 33 takes on for loss and 22 1/2 sacks for Duncanville High School (Texas) as a junior, assisting the group to a 15-0 record and Texas’Class 6A Department I specify championship.

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