Signing Day Photo Gallery
Twin brothers Michael Griffin (left) and Marcus Griffin flash a Hook'em on Signing Day outside Austin Bowie High School. Michael, who could compete for immediate PT at strong safety for the Horns, had signed and faxed to Texas his scholarship LOI earlier in the morning while Marcus, who projects as a free safety on the Forty Acres, will walk on to Texas this fall. (PHOTO by Will Gallagher/IT)
Pflugerville RB Erik Hardeman inks his Letter of Intent to The University of Texas. "He is a total back," Pflugerville coach George Hermann told IT. "He can do it all." (PHOTO by Will Gallagher/IT)
The Hardeman family proudly gives the camera a Hook'em after Erik inked his LOI. (PHOTO by Will Gallagher/IT)
Arlington Bowie CB Brandon Foster puts pen to paper on his LOI. Bowie coach Anthony Criss calls Foster a "lock-down corner." (PHOTO by Isaac Butler/Arlington Bowie High School)
A Hook'em from Foster, who is surrounded by (standing, left to right) uncle and former NFL RB Barry Foster, grandfather Walter Troy Foster, Sr. and coach Criss, and (sitting, left to right) father Walter Troy Foster, Jr. and mother Gwendolyn Foster. Brandon works out during the summer with uncle Barry and several current NFL DBs, including Aaron Glenn, Ray Mickens, Anthony Dorsett and Ray Crockett. (PHOTO by Isaac Butler/Arlington Bowie High School)
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