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Former four-star lineman leaving Texas

Rami Hammad

A promising young offensive lineman will see, as it turns out, said promise realized at somewhere other than Texas.

At a press conference Thursday, head coach Charlie Strong announced that Rami Hammad has become the latest player to leave the UT football program over the past few weeks.  Hammad, however, is not a forced departure as he has simply decided to transfer out.

No reason was given for the departure, although Hammad likely wouldn’t have appeared on the two-deep depth chart heading into the season.

Hammad was a four-star member of the Longhorns’ 2013 recruiting class, rated as the No. 10 guard in the country and the No. 24 player at any position in the state of Texas.  He didn’t play a s a true freshman, instead taking his redshirt.

(Photo credit: Texas athletics)

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1 Response to “Former four-star lineman leaving Texas”
  1. irishlad19 says: Aug 21, 2014 8:07 PM

    Coach Strong is making it “his” team.
    Got to respect his purpose; let’s hope it translates into Longhorn wins after 2/3 years of recruiting his own players.
    Otherwise he is toast!

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