For those of you concerned that four-star offensive lineman Patrick Vahe won’t be completely healthy for fall camp, here’s your chance to take a big sigh of relief.
Shortly before he moved down to Austin I asked Vahe about his health and if he would, indeed, be ready.
“Three-hundred percent,” he said. “I’m ready for anything.”
That’s obviously great news for a Texas program looking for more consistent play from its offensive line. That unit struggled mightily last season as it endured injury, players in new positions, such as C Taylor Doyle, and a new system.
Vahe is recovering from surgery he had months ago for a torn labrum in his right shoulder. He sustained the injury his sophomore season, but he was tough enough to play through it and still dominate.