If Torrodney Prevot is ever in a job interview and is asked to explain a time when he was unselfish in his line of work, he can point to today.
The four-star defensive end from Alief (Texas) Taylor was supposed to be one of the headliners of Sunday's Texas minicamp, where the Longhorns were hoping to make a lasting impression on a player courted by programs from around the country.
But he couldn’t make it down for one simple reason: “I had to work and couldn’t take off,” he said.
Priorities, people. Priorities.
Now whether he would have taken off of work to visit, say, LSU, Texas A&M, Oregon or another school that he has interest in, is up for debate. The Longhorns seem to have fallen behind in pursuit of the No. 234 player in the ESPN 300, and Sunday could have gone a long way in mending that relationship.