DE Vernon Broughton, who is ranked No. 79 in the ESPN 300, chose Texas over Texas A&M.
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- DE Broughton, No. 79 recruit, to play for Texas
- Horns will 'file away' jabs by Bradshaw, Mayfield
- Big 12: 'Horns Down' OK, depending on usage
- No. 5 safety Washington chooses OU over Texas
Texas coach Tom Herman said outside criticism of Sam Ehlinger was "irrelevant," but "our guys file certain things away," and he is sure his QB "will use this to crank it up a notch."
If a player quickly flashes the "Horns Down" sign after scoring a touchdown in a non-taunting manner, he likely will not be penalized, the Big 12 said.
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Bryson Washington, who is from Houston, had narrowed his choices to the two Big 12 rivals and said he didn't come to a decision until the morning of his announcement.
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Baker Mayfield proved he hasn't left the Red River Rivalry behind him, shutting down talk of Texas as a title contender and having especially harsh words for Longhorns QB Sam Ehlinger.
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Ja'Quinden Jackson, the No. 33-ranked prospect in the class of 2020 and No. 3 athlete, committed to Texas on Monday, choosing the Longhorns over LSU, Oklahoma, Texas A&M and a number of other top programs.
Bru McCoy, ESPN's top wide receiver in the 2019 class, is transferring once again. He says he is leaving Texas to "return home," and is expected to rejoin USC.