As in, Taylor Bible, that is. The ‘Horns incoming defensive tackle recruit from Denton Guyer is a flat-out stud, and he knows it. But, not in an arrogant kind of way. He’s got a quiet confidence that says, “I’ll just get it done on the field.” And, you’ve got to respect that when it’s coming from a 6’3″ 300-pounder – whether you’re a years-long season ticket holder, or oklahoma’s future offensive line.
Speaking of oklahoma, and Big 12 conference dominance, Bible isn’t even enrolled at UT yet (he’ll graduate high school in June, and enroll this summer) and he’s already giving the blog boards plenty to talk about. Just last week, he was quoted in a HS Game Time article saying Texas will win the next four Red River Rivalry games, not to mention the next four national championships, while he’s got three fingers down in the stance on the 40 Acres. That’s a bold prediction, and one that ‘Horns fans will drool over. Will it happen? Only time will tell, but what’s most intriguing is why Bible believes it to be true:
“The teamwork, the chemistry, the trust, the coaches and the talent we possess, the fact that we know we’re high caliber enough to win four.” – Taylor Bible, Denton Guyer DT and 2010 Texas Longhorn recruit
Excuse me while Eyes Of TX wipes up the puddle on my desk. Yeah, this kid’s legit, and every fan in burnt orange is clamoring for him to come in and make rag dolls out of Stoops’ o-line. Freshman, yes. Leader, yes. Check out some high school highlight video of his defensive line dominance below:
If you want to read up more on Texas’ 2010 football recruiting class, check out Eyes Of TX’s post here.