It is Feb. 1, which means it is Natiomal Signing Day for quite a few UMHB commits. Here are all of the Cru’s signings, in one place, easily accessible for you to track the latest high school prospects who have put pen to paper, making their commitments official. This article will be updated as more signings are held.
BELTON- The first transfer the UMHB football program added to its 2023 recruiting class was Jordan Oldoerp, a Central Texas native from Southern Nazarene University, who committed to the Cru on Jan. 3. A quarterback with exceptional arm strength who spent time at both Georgetown and Hendrickson high school before continuing his career at the collegiate level this past fall.
BELTON-Marcus Taylor II is returning to his home state.
The defensive back from Widener University committed to UMHB on Jan. 5, and True To The Cru’s Riley Zayas caught up with Taylor to discuss what drew him to UMHB, his admiration for Olympic sprinter Usain Bolt, and much more.
BELTON- As July turned into August, RJ Haberer arrived in Belton. The tight end is one of a number of offensive transfers joining the Cru for the 2022 season. But Haberer has a distinction. He is a graduate transfer, one of only a few such transfers in recent memory with Crusader football program.
BELTON- Coming off a stellar season a year ago in which they went 18-1 in ASC play, the UMHB women’s basketball program is carrying that momentum into the upcoming season. Depth is always a critical component in head coach Mark Morefield’s hard-nosed, balanced attack, and the Cru will have plenty of it, especially with the addition of the freshman class.
Catalina Cortez, of Lubbock-Cooper High School, is a key part of this group…
BELTON-When the UMHB volleyball program released its incoming recruiting class on April 25, head coach Mark Pryor included a short analysis on each of the eight newcomers. Of Crawford high school outside hitter Katie Warden, he said…