Head coach Tom Herman and the rest of the coaching staff will have a chance to make a big impression on the 5-foot-10, 185-pound Katy standout Deondrick Glass.
“I’m going with my dad,” Glass said.
Glass will be one of several rising juniors to visit Texas on Saturday. He is one of the top players in his class and one of the top players regardless of position throughout the 2019 class. He is one of the players I am most interested in regarding a potential new offer. Glass has averaged over 12 yards per carry the last two seasons.
2016: Glass enjoyed a breakout sophomore season with 1,877 yards and 30 touchdowns on a whopping 11.5 yards per carry.
2015: Debuting as a freshman for Texas Class 6A powerhouse Katy, Glass ran for 628 yards, and 14 touchdowns on only 48 carries to give him an eye-popping 13.1 yards per carry.
Glass plays for a program that has been tradition-rich with producing D1-level running backs and he is next in line and may end up being the best of a strong bunch. He runs with a good center of gravity and balance, and that makes him hard to easily knock off of his feet. He will make yardage after the first contact. He can pick up the tough yardage in the middle of the field but has the speed and power to make long-distance plays as well. - Greg Powers