De'Veon Hunter was part of the Texas Tech family from the moment he was born. Now the Duncanville junior defensive back hopes that bond will continue through his college career. While he does not have an offer from Tech, it is Hunter's dream school.
Ahead of his official visit this weekend, Arthur McGinnis named Texas Tech to his top five. The three-star outside linebacker lists the Red Raiders alongside Arizona, Boise State, Ole Miss and Oklahoma.
Dylan Dusek didn't get to pitch in the College World Series last season. Texas Tech's stay in Omaha ended too soon - the Red Raiders were eliminated in two games at the CWS - for the left-hander to see the field.
Texas Tech's freshmen are getting a lot of valuable experience, and it shows. The Red Raiders are leading the Big 12 this season, both in percentage of the team's minutes played and percentage of its points tallied by freshmen.