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ITYT: Texas Elite Camp - Future of the QB Room, Dominant Offensive/Defensive Line Prospects, Recruit Reactions

On3 imageby:Justin Wells06/02/24

On this edition of the Recruiting Intel on the Inside Texas Football YouTube channel, Justin Wells and Charlie Williams go on a journey after the Texas Elite Camp with 2026 quarterback talk, new offers that stood out, and potential offers down the road.

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The video discusses the recent elite camp in Austin, Texas. The camp featured top juniors and sophomores, including those with offers and potential recruits. Emphasis on the significance of competing at the camp, even for those with multiple offers was discussed

Quarterbacks are a focal point at Texas, especially with current and future stars like Quinn Ewers, Arch Manning, and KJ Lacey. Highlighted quarterback prospects from the camp: Dia Bell; Fort Lauderdale kid with NBA player Raja Bell as his father. Notable for his performance and commitment, including taking an Uber from Dallas to Austin to attend the camp. Troy Huhn; A talented quarterback from Mission Hills, California, with a strong arm and a long-time Texas fan.

Then more discussion on potential 2026 and 2027 quarterback recruits and their performance at the camp. The camp was marked by numerous offers to deserving recruits. Some of the highlighted recruits include five-star John Turntine, 2026 offensive tackle from North Crowley, described as getting bigger and better with each appearance. Kevin Ford, 2026 edge from Duncanville, consistently growing and impressing with his performance. Landon Barnes, Duncanville edge who stood out for his size and potential. And Jason Bradford, 6’2″ corner from Temple with impressive footwork and athleticism.

Some of the notable offers include Brian Swanson, 2027 offensive lineman from South Oak Cliff. Jamarion Carlton, defensive end from Temple. Felix Ojo, 2026 offensive lineman from Mansfield Lake Ridge, Mike Brown, wide receiver from Legacy School in Houston, and Amari Vickerson, defensive lineman with a legacy connection to Michigan State.

One of the players to watch included was Qua Ford, 2027 offensive tackle from Texas High, noted for his level-headed approach and potential.

The final takeaways noted how Texas is in a strong position to require recruits with offers to compete at camps to make them committable. The coaching staff’s approach to building relationships and evaluating talent was praised.

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