Texas Longhorns: UT lands two pledges in one huge recruiting day

Chris Dukes

The Longhorns hit fever pitch on the recruiting trail with a pair of huge commitments on Tuesday. 

Texas not only beat out rival Texas A&M for the services of tight end Lake McRee, but also won a key recruiting battle in the Dallas area and shored up their pass rushing for years to come with linebacker-defensive end Prince Dobrah. 

McRee is a teammate of current Texas quarterback commit Hudson Card and will bring immediate chemistry with what many consider to be the Longhorns signal caller of the future. 

A 6-foot-4, 215-pounder, McRee will have to add bulk to play the position at the next level, but has plenty of space on his long frame to do so. 

Dorbrah is not only a major-league high-ceiling defensive recruit, but also thought of as one of the highest character kids in the 2020 class. 

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Lol. As Jim would say... Good surprises only "Guten Pranken”.


Dorbah is going to be a beast.


Gotta like getting an early start on the 2021 class!