July 18, 2006

Another Hills coming down the Elsik pipeline

Heading into the 2007-08 recruiting year, one of the biggest needs for the Texas Longhorns will be at the running back position.

In fact, landing a franchise running back could prove to be the most important goals for Mack Brown and his staff once they put the current 2007 class of commitments to bed in February.

Of course, two of the things that Brown looks for in every prospect is talent and the ability to thrive in a competitive, family atmosphere in Austin.

Meet Alief (Texas) Elsik junior Jeremy Hills.

As the younger brother of current Longhorn starting left tackle Tony Hills, the young man is already quite familiar with the high standards that the Longhorns place on all facets of being a student athlete.

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