3 Texas players who shined in the Orange-White spring game

Texas's two offensive units lit up the scoreboard in the spring game, resulting in 70+ points today.
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Ryan Wingo, Texas football
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Ryan Wingo, WR

This was an impressive showing for Wingo in his first spring game with the Longhorns. Wingo had a few nice catches, including the aforementioned deep touchdown reception from Owens late in the first half.

It didn't take long for Sarkisian and the Longhorns to get Wingo involved in the passing game today. Texas dialed up a quick pass to Wingo on a zippy pass from Owens. That first-down catch on the quick pass from Owens to Wingo was the freshman wideout's first catch in a Texas spring game.

A big spring game for Wingo was capped by his second TD catch of the day in the last minute of the second half on a pass from Owens.

Wingo was a consistent threat for Texas at the outside receiver spot in the spring game today. The 6-foot-2 and 210-pound boundary receiver showed the ability to not only run clean routes and generate separation, but also to get valuable yards after the catch.

He picked up multiple first downs with the speed and acceleration we've heard so much about throughout spring practice from Wingo.

Wingo has consistently impressed as Texas's top true freshmen wideout among the early enrollees. He's been a playmaker for Texas while taking reps with the first and second-team offenses in team drills and the last two spring scrimmages.

This solid showing in the spring game further cements Wingo as a staple in the group of four or five top wideouts for Sarkisian and the Longhorns entering preseason camp. He is easily one of the most impactful true freshmen in the mix for the Longhorns this spring.