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Texas QB Quinn Ewers Is “Shredded” & Not F’ing Around This Year

Texas QB Quinn Ewers Is “Shredded” & Not F’ing Around This Year

Texas quarterback Quinn Ewers was the number one high school player in the country when he committed to the Longhorns. 

Following a semi-disappointing 2022 season, Ewers is reportedly all-in and maximizing his potential and living up to the extremely high expectations that were originally set for him. 

Rivals reports that Ewers has transformed his physique, gaining six pounds of muscle while shedding excess fat. After weighing in at 204 pounds during spring workouts, Ewers now tips the scales at 210 pounds and is reportedly “shredded.”

With a powerhouse offense and a strong returning talent pool, expectations are soaring for the Longhorns as they gear up for their final season in the Big 12.

Ewers, who made waves with his impressive 369-yard performance against #12 Washington in the Alamo Bowl, has emerged as the player to watch.

Alongside several other high-profile players, he is expected to play a key role in Texas’ bid to reach the Big 12 title game for the first time since 2018.

During the offseason, Ewers focused on building chemistry with his receiving corps, including Xavier Worthy, Isaiah Neyor, and tight end Ja’Tavion Sanders.

With the departures of running backs Bijan Robinson and Roschon Johnson, the passing game will take on added significance this season.

Ewers faced some challenges in his first year as the starting quarterback, particularly following an AC shoulder sprain that kept him out for three weeks. This injury coincided with losses to Alabama and Texas Tech.

However, he showcased his potential with a spectacular four-touchdown performance against Oklahoma in the Red River Showdown.

While he had some room for improvement, as evidenced by his six touchdowns and four interceptions in the team’s final six games, Ewers left a lasting impression.

As the frontrunners in the race for the Big 12 title, the pressure on Ewers to perform at a high level is immense. The expectations for a Texas quarterback are as vast as the state itself.

Nonetheless, Ewers has impressed head coach Steve Sarkisian, who commended his growth on and off the field. The young quarterback is even generating first-round draft buzz and Heisman Trophy chatter.

In his debut season, Ewers threw for 2,177 yards, 15 touchdowns, and six interceptions, completing 54.4 percent of his passes in 10 games.

Although the Longhorns finished with an 8-5 record, many believe that if Ewers had not been injured against Alabama, Texas could have emerged as conference champions.

All eyes will be on Ewers, who trimmed his trademarked mullet earlier this offseason.

With the number one recruit in the country, Arch Manning, coming aboard, the pressure on Ewers to live up to the hype will be relentless.



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