3 Texas football early enrollees standing out in winter S&C

Texas football and S&C coach Torre Becton kicked off the winter strength and conditioning program for the 2024 offseason in mid-January. In the early phases of winter S&C, new enrollees are being tested to see who can step up before camp begins this spring.

Torre Becton, Texas football
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Ryan Wingo, WR

Among the most impressive true freshmen early enrollees physically for the Longhorns this semester is the former elite five-star wide receiver recruit and Missouri native Ryan Wingo. The 6-foot-2 and 210-pound elite wide receiver talent from St. Louis, MO, was Texas's highest-rated recruit at the position in the 2024 class.

Wingo arrived on campus at Texas this semester with the expectations of showing out immediately in the weight room and on the practice field. He's got the build, maturity in his game, and skill set on the field to be a force at wideout immediately for Texas entering spring ball.

While it's still early in winter workouts, it sounds like Wingo has already caught the attention of the coaching staff and his teammates with what he's doing in the weight room and his speed. He's looked like one of the fastest and most agile guys Texas has among the new skill players in the program in 2024.

Wingo has reportedly shown how "crazy fast, crazy long, and crazy athletic" he is in the first couple of weeks of winter workouts.

Most of this feedback isn't a huge surprise considering what we knew about Wingo before he arrived on campus last month. But the fact that Wingo's speed, length, and strength is already making noise with those in and around the program is a good sign that he's on the right track physically to compete on the field in the SEC this upcoming season.