"He's looking at his options," Mrs. Sandra Black said. "He's got to weigh his options."
After suffering a torn ACL injury during his junior season, Black has bounced back this season in impressive fashion. And, while mom has some advice to give, it is the 6-3.5, 310-pound lineman who has to live with his choice for the next 4-5 years.
"The decision is up to Ciron," Mrs. Black revealed. "I put my input in, but it's his decision. We're supportive of any decision he makes."
Make no mistake, the Longhorns have made their intentions known, placing Ciron Black at the top of their priority list . You can expect the full-court press from here up until Signing Day, '05. The Horns want one OT in this class and they'll take the Tyler Lee lineman in a New York minutes...