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  Former Michigan receiver Tarik Black was a late arrival to campus, but apparently had enough time to make a splash at Texas. Black, who transferred to Austin over the summer after graduating from Michigan, was named a starting wideout for the Longhorns' season opener on Saturday against the University of Texas, El Paso (8 p.m., ET, Longhorn Network). Texas unveiled its weekly depth chart on Monday, with the 6-foot-3, 217-pound Black listed as the No. 1 "X" receiver. He reportedly beat out junior Brennan Eagles, who started seven games last season for Texas, for the spot. "He has assimilated very well," Texas head coach Tom Herman told The Houston Chronicle last week. "The team has embraced him because of his work ethic and his contribution to the team, and the offense in particular. "Guy is very selfless. You know, he wants to be on all the special (teams) units, volunteering to do that."

The Longhorns expect to utilize a three-receiver set for senior quarterback Sam Ehlinger, who threw for 3,663 yards and 32 touchdowns (with 10 interceptions) and earned honorable mention all-Big 12 honors in 2019. Black, a Hamden, Conn., native, is the most experienced of the wideout group, starting alongside sophomores Jake Smith and Joshua Moore (redshirt). He played in 21 games from 2017 to 2019, starting nine of them, but was hampered by foot injuries during his first two seasons. Black's most productive season came last fall, when he played in 12 games and caught 25 passes for 323 yards and a touchdown. - Ann Arbor News


(DS#38 WR) Sr/2021 WR Tarik BlackTexas
News Source: Ann Arbor News



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