The U.S. Army All-American Bowl practices got going on Monday morning at 10am. The Texas Longhorns are well represented on the offensive side of the ball by Madisonville running back Chris Whaley, Odessa Permian offensive lineman Garrett Porter and Eisenhower receiver Greg Timmons.
The first day of practice at the US Army All-American Bowl was one that featured many battles between receivers and defensive backs. In the morning practice, Eisenhower receiver Greg Timmons
made the most of his opportunities turning in the top performance by a Texas
commit on the offensive side of the ball.
Timmons makes the position look easy with fluidity, long arms and big hands that snatch the ball out of the air quickly, smooth body control adjustment to the ball and natural ability to sink the hips and get in and out of routes.
Joining Timmons on the offensive side of the ball is Madisonville running back Chris Whaley and Odessa Permian offensive lineman Garrett Porter.
The morning was a slow one for the running backs, while Porter worked at back-up left tackle, but is more suited for guard on the next level.
Here is a look at the offensive trio.