The Texas Longhorns just improved the odds of being the last team standing for Gladewater defensive tackle Daylon Mack when news broke on Wednesday evening that the consensus five-star prospect won't visit TCU this weekend as planned:
Mack named the Horned Frogs his leader back in early January, but there have been plenty of twists and turns since then. Since TCU has always had issues landing players of Mack's caliber, it's not particularly surprising to see head coach Gary Patterson's program fall seemingly fall out the race -- though the Horned Frogs weren't officially eliminated, the trip's cancellation doesn't bode well for TCU.
And the visit to Texas last weekend made a big impression on Mack, as did the Tuesday in-home visit from head coach Charlie Strong.
The result of all that perceived momentum? More major movement in Mack's Crystal Ball once again:
So right now, the odds of Mack throwing his horns up on National Signing Day look pretty good.