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Name: DeMarvion Overshown 
College: Texas     Number: 31
Height: 6-3   Weight: 217
Position: OLB  Pos2: ILB
Class/Draft Year: Sr/2022

40 Low: 4.46
   40 Time: 4.56
  40 High: 4.65
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Weight: 217

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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: HMC

 DeMarvion Overshown, Texas, Player News


  When the Texas Longhorns start spring practice on Tuesday for the first time under new head coach Steve Sarkisian and the first time in two seasons, junior linebacker DeMarvion Overshown is among seven players who will not participate due to injuries, the school announced on Monday. Entering his second season as a starter at linebacker, Overshown recently underwent surgery on his shoulder to correct a torn labrum. Since Overshown has not spent a full offseason at the position and wanted to gain weight to better handle the demands of playing closer to the line of scrimmage, it's a disappointing development for him and for the team. He's expected to return at some point in the summer before preseason training camp begins. - Burnt Orange Nation

(DS#8 OLB) Sr/2022 OLB DeMarvion OvershownTexas
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  One of the top defenders for the Texas Longhorns will be back in 2021. On Tuesday, junior linebacker DeMarvion Overshown announced that he'll return for his senior season. The decision by the 6'4, 217-pounder makes Overshown the most high-profile player to announce his return for another season on the Forty Acres as five captains have opted out to declare for the 2021 NFL Draft. Ranked as the No. 52 player nationally and the No. 6 safety in the 2018 recruiting class, according to the 247Sports Composite rankings, Overshown always faced questions about his eventual position thanks to his large frame that made him something of a tweener. - Burnt Orange Nation

(DS#8 OLB) Sr/2022 OLB DeMarvion OvershownTexas
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  2020 ALL-BIG 12 CONFERENCE FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION: DeMarvion Overshown (LB),...The Longhorns who received honorable mention at their positions from the Big 12 were Cade Brewer (TE), Keondre Coburn (DL), Brennan Eagles (WR), Ta'Quon Graham (DL), D'Shawn Jamison (KR/PR), Derek Kerstetter (OL), Joshua Moore (WR) and DeMarvion Overshown (LB). Cosmi earned honorable mention as Offensive Lineman of the Year, Jamison earned honorable mention as the Special Teams Player of the Year, Ossai did so as both the Defensive Player of the Year and Defensive Lineman of the Year, and running back Bijan Robinson earned honorable mention as the Offensive Freshman of the Year. - Texas Football

(DS#8 OLB) Sr/2022 OLB DeMarvion OvershownTexas
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  Saturday marked 714 days since Joshua Moore last took the field for the Texas Longhorns and 435 days since Moore was arrested in downtown Austin for carrying a loaded gun without a license, prompting a season-long suspension that kept Moore off the field in 2019. Moore only needed one play to spectacularly mark his return to Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium, catching a pass on the first play from scrimmage for the Longhorns and racing 78 yards for the touchdown. In an interview with the media on Tuesday, Moore admitted that he didn't necessarily expect to make a play that quickly, but he did have confidence in himself to make an impact during his first game for the Longhorns in nearly two years. "I know what I bring to the table," Moore said. "I kind of figured, I haven't played for a year and a half, Saturday was my first game back, and just me being who I am, the competitor that I am, I knew I would make a big break at some point in the game. It didn't surprise me that it was the first play of the game. I knew, like I said, I was going to have some success during the game."

Moore did indeed have some success, even after the opening play, leading the team with six receptions for 127 yards on seven recorded targets. There was some room for improvement, as Moore wasn't on the same page as senior quarterback Sam Ehlinger on one play, breaking off a route that Ehlinger expected him to continue deep, dropped a difficult, contested catch, and missed a block when he was lined up as the single receiver. Still, Moore was able to provide the best evidence yet of his explosiveness since he arrived at Texas. - Burnt Orange Nation


(DS#8 OLB) Sr/2022 OLB DeMarvion OvershownTexas
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  Texas football player DeMarvion Overshown has ended his personal boycott and resumed his football career. Overshown tweeted on Thursday that it "Feels good to be back in my element." A UT spokesperson confirmed that Overshown is participating in the team's strength and conditioning program. This is the first week this summer that attendance at the football program's workouts has been required instead of voluntary. On July 2, Overshown announced that he would not take part in any team activities. While explaining his decision, Overshown said he was not pleased with the administration's pace in addressing concerns that a number of student-athletes had made about racial issues on the Texas campus. Overshown said that "I can not continue to perform for a program that doesn't show me the same love and support I do for them." This Monday, Texas did deliver its response to those concerns. The school pledged a series of changes that included the renaming of Robert Lee Moore Hall and an investment into the recruitment of Black students. - Austin American Statesman

(DS#8 OLB) Sr/2022 OLB DeMarvion OvershownTexas
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