The Texas Longhorns are one of the first schools many think of when it comes to college football.
Their rich history and storied tradition lead to a strong love and passion for the university.
Over the years they have consistently produced talent for NFL rosters and even gave
the Dallas Cowboys their best coach of all time, the legendary Tom Landry.
2010 was the last time they finished the season ranked in the top 10.
The talent has always been there but they simply have struggled to string together wins and have been unable
to maintain status as one of the best programs in the country.
This season, they have started out 5-3 with an extremely young roster so their future is incredibly bright
Here are five names propelling this program and how they could fit with the Cowboys.
Position: RB Hometown: Tuscon, Arizona High School: Salpointe
Height: 6-foot Weight: 220 pounds Class: Junior
Grandfather Cleo and great uncle Paul were both notable football players in the state of Arizona,
the latter making it to the NFL with a respectable six-year career.
Robinson was highly recruited and broke numerous state rushing records leading to signing and starting with the Texas Longhorns.