When Snow committed during Texas' first junior day, he had no idea who he would be playing alongside for the next four years. Now that the 2008 class is almost full, what does he think about his future teammates?
"They all seem to be great guys," Snow said. "They are going to be a joy to play with. They are all outstanding athletes."
On top of Snow, Texas also has commitments from offensive tackles Mark Buchanan and Luke Poehlmann. It's hard to break a bond between offensive linemen, and junior days, spring practice and summer camp have already given these three an opportunity to get to know each other.
"They are good guys to hang out with," Snow said. "They are just really class people."
Snow is a firm believer in hard work. With hard work and dedication, he believes that the 2008 class can accomplish anything they set their sights on.
"If we work hard, anything is possible," Snow said.
When Snow takes the field during his senior season, he will be playing for a Gilmer squad that will likely be one of the best in the state. Snow talked about what he wanted to accomplish during his final year of high school football.
"It's shaping up to be that way," Snow replied when asked if he believed would be successful again next year. "I just want to get all-state and get ready for college."
Snow was recently ranked number 91 overall and the fourth best offensive guard prospect in the country in the Scout.com National Top 100.