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That’s one reason why senior Devin Duvernay has been working out of the slot in fall camp.
Similar to senior linebacker Jeffrey Mc Culloch, Duvernay has been able to flash his ability at times and will look to produce more consistently in year four.
For the purpose of this preview, we’ll take a look at the wide receivers and tight ends out of the 11 personnel set.
Wide Receivers In Herman’s Texas offense, the three wide receiver positions go as follows: An X wide receiver (typically the #1 option outside), a Z wide receiver (typically plays opposite the X at the other outside wide receiver position), and the H wide receiver (typically lined up in the slot). In 2019, the XWR and number one option outside will be Collin Johnson.
After earning a starting role at Z at the front end of preseason camp, Texas is expecting Eagles to make plays when targeted.
As the third receiving option last season, he posted career highs across the board and ended with 41 receptions for 546 yards and four scores.
Standing at 5’11” and 210-pounds, Duvernay isn’t the same type of receiver the 6’4”, 225-pound Humphrey was out of the slot.
In the past two seasons, Tom Herman’s base offense at Texas has been out of an 11 personnel set (one running back and one tight end with three wide receivers).
This season should bode more of the same though there are also expectations Texas could utilize some two-back looks in 20 and 21 personnel sets to feature both sophomore Keaontay Ingram and true freshman Jordan Whittington.Epps is a huge 6’7” target that will be another weapon the Texas staff will attempt to work into the offense at X.