Prior to the 2024 season, Texas football makes a number of internal promotions.
After a heartbreaking exit from the College Football Playoffs last month, Texas football under Steve Sarkisian hopes to begin a new chapter in the SEC in 2024. Quinn Ewers’ decision to rejoin the Longhorns had recently been good news for the team. The team has also been successful in acquiring other transferees from the portal, including Trey Moore of the EDGE and wide receiver Isaiah Bond.
Moreover, it appears that the team staff has also been reorganized by the school. Sarkisian recently disclosed that Texas is elevating Brandon Harris to the position of general manager. According to Bruce Feldman of the Athletic, Harris, a former NCAA quarterback for LSU and UNC football, joined the Texas staff in 2019 and gradually advanced to the general manager position.
Promotions from within have also been granted to other names. Kyndal Perry has been designated as the official director of recruiting operations, Taylor Searels as the director of recruiting, and John Michael Jones as the director of player personnel. (through the official X/Twitter account for Texas football)