Taylor Bible makes #3 to Texas

The Texas Longhorns had a busy day today as they grabbed their third commitment of the day when Denton Guyer defensive tackle Taylor Bible made it official. When Bible returned to his home in Denton, he called Burnt Orange Beat to deliver the good news.

Denton Guyer defensive tackle Taylor Bible made the hat trick for the Texas Longhorns on the day before their official first Junior Day by committing to the Longhorn coaching staff with hi mother and father on hand.

"Yes, I did commit today," said Bible. "I hadn't planned on committing today but they just sold me on it. I felt real comfortable like I was back at my high school," added Bible.

Bible has previously camped at Texas so he is familiar with the coaching staff, but he got an even better feel for Texas today.

"I meet with Coach Muschamp, Coach Tollie (Tolleson), Coach Giles, Coach Kennedy, and Coach Brown. We talked about playing the same role as Roy Miller, playing gaps," explained the Denton Guyer star.

Bible was First Team 5-4A All-District at tight end as a sophomore. He followed up as a junior with First Team All-District honors at defensive tackle in 2008. Bible practiced opposite Texas Tech signee Kyle Clark, Nebraska signee Jesse Coffey and SFA signee Greg Hall the past two seasons.

Bible's head coach John Walsh raves about Bible, "he is as dominant a performance by a single kid as I have ever been a part of."

Taylor Bible became the third official commitment of the day and the 2010 recruiting class. He selected the Longhorns over offers from Texas Tech, Arizona, Baylor, Kentucky, Nebraska and Oklahoma State.


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