After a three-year rebuild, Texas is ready to hire again in the Dallas area.
The Longhorns, whose coach, Charlie Strong, is in the process of replacing him, have already begun a new recruitment drive, according to sources with direct knowledge of the process.
The recruiting drive has not yet been publicly announced, but sources told New York that Texas has hired an “out-of-state recruiter” to assist in recruiting in Texas.
Texas has been recruiting in Dallas since the fall of 2015, and the Longhorns have hired an outside recruiter to assist the team, sources said.
The hiring of the recruiter, who will be paid by the Longhorn Network, is the latest sign of Texas’ commitment to returning to the state.
Texas’ recruiting strategy is to keep its players on the campus.
A recent report by 247 Sports ranked Texas as the No. 5 recruiting class in the country.
The 2017 class was ranked No. 17 in the nation by 247Sports, and its ranking was boosted by Texas’ signing of four-star linebacker Jalen Ramsey, who is the No, 17 player nationally and the No