The Longhorns are halfway done with spring drills, and it's time to take a look at which guys are making the strongest impressions. In our latest Hot 11, we rank the players that have made their mark this spring, including a couple of newcomers that could be climbing up the depth chart.
The expectations for Kindle as a true freshman were sky high, but a variety of issues held him back. Now that he's got a little experience under his belt, Kindle is playing like a man possessed and it's going to be hard to keep him off the field. He's still learning, but his talent and athleticism have been on full display this spring.
McCoy was a team leader as a redshirt freshman, but he's really picked it up in that area during the spring season. His on the field play has been stellar as well, as he's playing at an even higher level than last year when he was a Heisman Trophy candidate.
Most of the talk heading into spring drills was about Limas Sweed, but it's been Cosby that has really made his presence known through the first half of practices. Cosby's strong play down the stretch of last season has carried over and he and McCoy are really clicking in the passing game.