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How local recruits are reacting to Mack Brown's departure from Texas
South Grand Prairie safety Jason Hall and Carter linebacker Cameron Hampton were on their official visit to Texas when news of Mack Brown's resignation first surfaced.
Hampton, a three-star prospect per Rivals who had 93 tackles and 15 sacks during the regular season, said Brown's departure doesn't change his commitment.
"It plays a big part in my future, but I'm still 100 percent Longhorn," Hampton said.
Hall and Lincoln safety Emanuel Porter weren't as certain.
Hall said he spoke to Brown during his visit but didn't discuss the coach's future.
"I'm just waiting things out and see how this all plays out," said Hall, a three-star prospect who had six interceptions for South Grand Prairie this season.
Porter said he has not heard from any Texas coaches this weekend. Whether Brown's exit affects his plans for college, Porter was unsure.
"I can't really say so yet, but it might," Porter said. "I don't know. I just haven't looked at it yet. I'm just going to think about it and make the right decision."