Even better news may come from the surprise visits by a couple of LBs, one an uncommitted state top 10 prospect and the other a recently wavering UT commit. Longview's Marvin Byrdsong took in UT's 59-zip thrashing of the Jayhawks, and Garnet Smith, who told the Fort Worth Star-Telegram earlier this week that he was back solidly in the Longhorn commitment camp, took in the game from the east stands of DKR as well (wearing a Burnt Orange UT shirt). Local stud Paul Mosley, the outstanding athlete from Austin Anderson, and Taylor DB Michael Cuba also watched the KU dismantling, as did current Texas commits Earl Anderson, Marcus Myers and Dustin Miksch.
Another interesting attendee: Klein Forest WR Anthony Wright, a prospect who has slipped a bit in the recruiting rankings but who at one time was at the top of the state's wide receiver lists and a Longhorn lean.
Larry Dibbles also reportedly attended although IT did not spot him among the other prospects.