Week in Review – 4/17/12


The big news this week was the second annual UTSA Spring Game on Sunday, which was narrowly won by the offense in front of 4,736 fans at the Alamodome. Overall, I was extremely impressed with the improvement over last year’s team and I’m looking forward to seeing further improvement in the next five and a half months leading up to the 2012 season.

I’ll save my analysis for a couple write-ups I have planned for later this week, but in the meantime you can check out my thoughts and cokermania’s thoughts over on Rowdyville for a quick breakdown. You can also see some highlights and interviews in the video below.

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Weekend recruiting visits pay off

After visiting campus over the weekend, there are reports of possibly seven recruits committing to the Roadrunners, including highly touted LB Blake Terry out of Denton Guyer HS.

Here are the commits from over the weekend, reported by both Dan McCarney and UTSATailgaters unless otherwise noted:

DB – DeMetrius Jacobs, Brookshire Royal HS (6-1, 185)
LB – Blake Terry, Denton Guyer (6-0, 235)
DB – Miguel Rodriguez, College of the Sequoias (6-0, 185)
DB – Triston Wade, Tyler John Tyler HS (5-11, 165)
OL – Josh Walker, League City Clear Springs HS (6-4, 298) (DM only)
DB – Mauricio Sanchez, Warren HS (6-0, 190) (DM only)
OL – James Martin, Mt. San Antonio College (Tailgaters only)

McCarney mySA.com blog:
UTSA pushes commit list to 24 with big weekend

LB & DB commit!!! More to come!!!
Commit #21; Juco DB on board & more!!!
#22 is a huge commit, literally!!!
Commit #23 is in & B. Terry Update


Also, a quick update on the progress of the site: I’m working on getting pages for each of the 2011 commits/recruits including those mentioned above, as well as getting the page for the 2010 commits back up in case anyone wants to take a look at some of our current players. I’ll also get the article database updated eventually, but there are hundreds of links that I need to add, so that might be on the back burner until National Signing Day when the recruiting news dies down.