Red Raiders pick up commitment #3

Sonny Dykes will have a new receiver to work with now that Rashad Hawk, a 6'3 180 pound WR out of Copperas Cove, TX, has decided to commit to Texas Tech. After receiving interest form several different schools, Rashad decided he wanted to spend his college years in Lubbock, TX.

The Red Raiders were looking to pick up a few receivers in this years recruiting class, and picked up their first one from Tramain Swindall back in April. Tech picked up their 2nd wide receiver commitment this past weekend from Rashad Hawk, another tall and fast receiver that hopefully Coach Leach and Coach Dykes will be able to groom into the next Texas Tech All-American.

Rashad had already picked up offers from Baylor and UTEP, while Oklahoma State and Texas A&M were recruiting him pretty hard as well. But in the end, Texas Tech just had too much to offer for him to pass up.

"I chose Tech because it's a great place for a receiver," said Rashad. "They throw the ball a lot and I feel I can be effective in that style of offense. I also didn't want to leave the state of Texas."

With players committing earlier and earlier, one thing fans worry about is how solid these players are to the schools they commit to. With Hawk, that shouldn't worry Tech fans too much.

"I told Coach (Brian) Mitchell that I'm done," said Hawk. "I won't be taking any other visits. Texas Tech is where I'm going to go. My high school coach told me that if I commit somewhere, I shouldn't take any more visits, so that is what I'm going to do."

As a junior, Rashad reeled in 25 passes for 405 yards and 5 touchdowns. At the end of the season, he was named all-district. Recommended Stories

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