The Texas Longhorns have made the defensive line a priority in the 2009 and 2010 classes. One of the five defensive lineman Texas has committed in the 2010 class is St. Pius X's defensive end Greg Daniels. Scout.com presents this highlight video from his junior season.
Longhorns are dominating in recruiting to put it simply. The defensive line has been the key focus in the 2010 class as the Longhorns have five commitments, including St. Pius X defensive end Greg Daniels
The 6-4, 242-pounder that is just now coming into his own and was the least publicized commit in the class prior to committing on February 28, but has as much high ceiling potential as any in the class.
With a father that stands 6-7 and two or three uncles 6-5 or more, Daniels has continued to grow in the last few months. Throw in a commitment to the weight room and the Longhorns found a blossoming end prospect.
Daniels is part of defensive line recruiting class that includes end Reggie Wilson (6-3, 238) and tackles Taylor Bible (6-2.5, 283), Ashton Dorsey (6-2.5, 275) and De'Aires Cotton (6-3.5, 275).