UTSA Lands Three New Commits

In a huge recruiting weekend at a crucial point in the offseason, UTSA has landed three commitments to solidify, and nearly wrap up, the ’12 recruiting cycle.

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H.B. Rosser – Clarksville HS

Rosser was a Kansas commit up until yesterday. We reported him as on campus for an official visit this weekend, and according to Kenny Harrison, Rosser has committed to the Roadrunners. Rivals seems to show that Tre (H.B.) had his scholarship offer from KU pulled. Kansas message boards seems to show that the Jayhawks have no idea what happened. (EDIT: Apparently Rosser had a mutual parting of the ways with Kansas after their coaching change. Good call Tre.)

We can assume that Harrison and Rosser are pretty close, since they grew up playing ball with each other just a few towns away and I’m sure Coker set up one of the East Texas boys as Rosser’s host for the weekend as well. Tre is a very dynamic player who stands at 5’10 and 170 pounds with a 4.5 second forty yard dash. Not sure what position the Roadrunners recruited Rosser for. Just know he is capable of playing cornerback, quarterback, safety, and wide receiver.

Armando Alvarez – Blinn

Maurice Poullard – Blinn

Finally, UTSA gets the JUCO offensive line help that they have so desperately sought after. Alvarez stands at 6’4, 300 pounds and is expected to come in and start at the offensive guard slot. Poullard was a bit of a late bloomer that developed into a strong defender at Blinn. His commitment gives UTSA three experienced and dependable options at cornerback (Brown, Starling, Poullard).
Be sure to read Dan McCarney’s latest for more information on the two Blinn product’s recruitment

EDIT: And in case you weren’t on Twitter yesterday evening, we learned from our friends at Bobcatreport.com that the UTSA/TXST football game in the ‘Dome this year is tentatively scheduled for Thanksgiving weekend. We’re excited too, but keep your pants zipped up, please.

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