June 3, 2009
Espinosa's switch from tackle to center going well
As spring practice and classes come to a close, recruits will now enter the all-important summer off-season. Players have the opportunity to focus on getting better individually and have a chance to showcase their skills at summer camps.
Summer is no time for a recruit to kick back and take it easy, and current 2010 UT commit and Rivals 100 member Dominic Espinosa is not one who will be sitting pool side all day relaxing with his buddies. After working hard with the rest of his Cedar Park teammates throughout the spring, Espinosa is excited about where he and his team stand at this point heading into the off-season.
"[Spring] went real well," Espinosa said as his team had just finished its final scrimmage before summer. "I had to change positions from tackle to center and I've never had to do that before. But it is going very well so far and I am excited about our team."
Dom, who reports he currently weighs in at 6-foot-3 ½ and 285 pounds, has a tough and busy summer ahead of him as he continues his transition to the center position, and he will also head to camp at UT on June 7th. He is eager to continue to develop his relationship with the Texas coaches.
"I talk to coach McWhorter every week or so and we have a good relationship. I'm excited to get back down there and talk more with the rest of the coaching staff," Espinosa said.
As a highly regarded recruit, Espinosa still gets calls an occasional call from other schools, but Espinosa could not be more solid with his commitment to the Longhorns.
"Whenever a coach from another school calls me, I just tell them I'm not interested and I'm going another way," Espinosa said.
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