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Longhorns Daily News: Texas alum Xavier Worthy listed among 2024 NFL Draft prospects with ‘most to prove’



USA Today recently featured former Texas Longhorns wide receiver Xavier Worthy, highlighting him as one of the NFL Draft hopefuls with a significant challenge to address at the upcoming combine. According to the publication, Worthy’s combine performance will likely be influenced by his physique, with a focus on whether the 6-1 speedster has added bulk to his 172-pound frame. The analysis emphasizes concerns about his play strength, pointing out instances where defensive backs have outmuscled him. Worthy’s ability to overcome press coverage, serve as a deep threat, and handle drills after addressing issues like drops and inconsistent effort will be closely observed by NFL teams.

In other news related to the Texas Longhorns, Austin American-Statesman covered Peyton Stearn’s doubles win at the 2024 ATX Open Day 1. The publication also listed the 11 Texas football players invited to the NFL Combine.

Various articles on 4231Sports discuss topics such as Texas softball’s strong start, the upcoming challenging portion of Texas’ 2024 football schedule, and a mock draft projecting Bo Nix and Michael Penix Jr.

Inside Texas delves into questions surrounding Xavier Worthy’s performance at the NFL Combine and provides answers to readers’ inquiries in a four-down territory feature. The article also highlights key questions the 11 Longhorns at the NFL Combine may need to address.

In burnt orange nation, there is discussion about Texas nearing the bubble ahead of a matchup with Texas Tech, No. 15 Texas hosting St. John’s, and four-star wide receiver Daylan McCutcheon revealing his top eight schools.

The recruiting roundup section covers various recruiting updates, including insights from Texas OL target Jordan Coleman, predictions for the 2025 class, and recruiting notes on several 2025 targets.

A Big 12 breakdown includes March Madness projections, rankings for the top 10 college football coaches, and coverage of Texas basketball’s trip to Lubbock.

Lastly, in the broader context of college football, SB Nation discusses comments from Ryan Poles that add mystery to the Chicago Bears’ quarterback decision, the NFL considering XFL’s kickoff rules, and the potential for a messy breakup between Russell Wilson and Sean Payton.

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