Siverand Talks UT Offense

Kemah Siverand spoke with Cy Ridge wide receiver Kemah Siverand after taking in the Texas spring game earlier today.

He has not been able to get out as much as he wants. 

So when Houston (Tex.) Cy Ridge wide receiver Kemah Siverand gets the chance to make a visit, he wants it to count. Earlier today, he took in the Texas spring game and watched several aspects closely as the Longhorns are a team that he is considering.

"I pretty much enjoyed everything about the visit. It was great to get the chance to see Jacorey Warrick," Siverand said. "He (Warrick) caught a couple of deep balls and looked good today."

And while the 6-foot-1, 184-pound Siverand enjoyed watching his good friend of his perform, Siverand saw much more that was equally as good. Whether it was the four-wide receiver sets or the increased use of the tight ends, Siverand was tuned in.

He spoke about one player in particular.

"No. 82 (Geoff Swaim) was making some good catches on the sidelines. It seems like the (Texas) offense will benefit with implementing the tight end," Siverand said. "I saw more four wide receiver sets than I have before. It seems like there could be more passing going than the previous staff. They were even throwing the ball from the 30-yard line going in."

That had to bode well with the four star athlete, who is the No. 23 receiver in the country. And much of what was discussed in the quotes above was what Siverand was focused on mostly. He used words like "perspective" in regards to this trip to Austin, Tex. 

"From the time I was here before to know, there have been improvements, they have gotten better," Siverand said.

So far, Siverand has 11 offers from Texas, Northwestern, Ohio State, TCU, Louisville, Texas A&M, Wake Forest, Oklahoma State, Texas Tech and Colorado. And while several fan bases are waiting to see who stands out what program will get the next visit, Siverand has a timeline of when he wants to get things narrowed down.

In June for his spring game, things will be clearer then.

"I would say in June when we have our spring game at Pridgeon Stadium, then I start to narrow it down," Siverand said. "I will look at all the offers I have at that time and name some schools."

Last season, Siverand said that he was able to haul in 25 passes for 645 yards and seven touchdowns. Recommended Stories

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