2020 RB Jaden Hullaby Announces His Commitment

first_imgAn interior view of the Texas Longhorns football stadium.AUSTIN, TX – SEPTEMBER 19: A general view before a game between the Texas Tech Red Raiders and the Texas Longhorns at Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium on September 19, 2009 in Austin, Texas. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)Three-star running back Jaden Hullaby had plenty of suitors from all across his native Texas, as well as the rest of the country. With a year left to make his decision, though, Hullaby has made his choice to stay close to home.Taking to Twitter on Saturday, Hullaby announced that he was committing to the Texas Longhorns. The announcement included a picture of him in a Longhorns uniform, and another with his friends and family making the “hook ’em horns” gesture.100% Committed #HookEmPer 247Sports, Hullaby is the No. 830 prospect in the country. He is rated as the No. 58 running back in the country, and the No. 111 prospect from the state of Texas.100% Committed #HookEm 🤘🏽🤘🏽. pic.twitter.com/s6relaSGAF— Jaden Hullaby ⁶🧸 (@jaden_hullaby) March 31, 2019The 2018 season was a breakout one for the junior running back at Bishop Dunne. He finished the season with 1,181 rushing yards and 11 touchdowns, along with another 33 receptions for 392 yards and five receiving touchdowns.The addition of Hullaby gives the Longhorns five commitments for the Class of 2020, tying them with arch-rival Oklahoma for the most in the Big 12.However, the Longhorns still trail the Sooners in the overall recruiting rankings. Per 247Sports, Oklahoma is ranked No. 13 nationally while Texas is rated No. 16.There’s plenty of time left for Texas to make a recruiting splash and win the offseason.last_img read more

HSSB Presents New Generation of SWATH Vessels

first_imgMay 19, 2014 zoom Hvide Sande Shipyard (HSSB) has designed and developed a new generation of SWATH vessels for transportation of up to 12 service technicians and spare parts to offshore wind farms.The SWATH-vessel is designed as a 24 metres long, high speed, catamaran, built as a fully composite vessel, with the possibility of a semi-submersible SWATH-mode, which uses ballast water to stabilize the vessel and minimize heave and pitch forces during transfer of service technicians and spare parts.The vessel is designed with focus on a high level of performance and on a minimum of service and maintenance, because the vessel is designed with easy access to components and installations. The hull design causes a higher, maintained speed and a minimum of slamming, which raises the crew and passengers’ safety and comfort on-board.Beside a design as a regular service vessel, the SWATH-vessel can also be delivered with cabins for up to 10 service technicians and for the crew. In the way, the vessel can stay at the wind farm for a longer period.The SWATH-vessel enters HSSB current range of vessels for the offshore wind industry, which contains vessels from 11 to 55 metres, delivered as different types of crew transfer vessels and hotel vessels with daughter crafts.HSSB have recently delivered a various range of crew transfer vessels, including three vessels for the Anholt Offshore Wind Farm, one vessel for Horns Reef II and service vessels which today sails at wind farms in UK and Holland.last_img read more