UA Game: Texas Summary

How did every Longhorn commitment do in Thursday's UnderArmour All-America Game?

Connor Brewer: 3-of-9 passing for eight yards and an interception; four carries for one yard. Brewer took some serious shots and left the game in the first half with a mild concussion. He couldn't get going as a passer, and his interception was returned for a pick-six. But he also ran the ball fairly well against an athletic defense, gaining 10 yards on three totes (discounting the sack).

Malcom Brown: four tackles, one tackle for loss. Brown led the game's defensive tackles in stops, and had a hit on the quarterback as well. He was difficult to block all game, as he was all this week. Great performance.

Bryson Echols: one tackle, one pass broken up. Echols excelled as he did all week in coverage, holding down his man. The White team attempted to test him deep in the end zone, but Echols was right there and made a leaping breakup. Later, he joked that he would have picked it off if his jersey weren't so tight.

Kennedy Estelle: struggled at times with the White team defensive ends, but every tackle in the game had his problems. He has some work to do, but looks like he has the potential to get there.

Johnathan Gray: eight carries, 19 yards; three catches 24 yards. Gray didn't find much running room but still made an impact in the passing game. He had one long catch, a fantastic grab on the sidelines, called back for holding.

Peter Jinkens: two tackles. Jinkens wasn't incredibly active, but looked good in coverage. On one of his tackles, he chased the running back to the sidelines to make a play. Definitely looked athletic.

Thomas Johnson: one carry, 15 yards; one catch, 17 yards. Johnson showed flashes of his big-play ability, taking a reverse for 15 yards and later catching a 17-yard pass. The run was the Black team's second-longest of the day, while the catch was the team's third-longest reception.

Cayleb Jones: two catches, 23 yards. Jones was hurt by the struggling play of the offensive line and the quarterbacks. On a couple of occasions, the team could have thrown the ball up for grabs and let him go get it, but ate the ball instead. His 14-yard catch was a well-run route where he found an opening and used his length to haul in a tough catch.

Alex Norman: DNP. Norman elected not to try out his injured ankle, a good decision in the long run.

Curtis Riser: The offensive guard continued his solid string with another strong day at the office. None of the White team defensive tackles really stood out all that well, and Riser was a big part of the reason why.

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