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Texas Longhorns hold in-home visits with key 2016 commits, targets

Tope Imade, Malcolm Roach and Reggie Hemphill-Mapps met with Longhorns coaches.

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At least three Texas Longhorns 2016 football commits held in-home visits with members of the school's coaching staff this afternoon, per various reports and the recruits' Twitter accounts.

Reggie Hemphill-Mapps is a four-star receiver from Manvel who committed to the 'Horns last month.

Malcolm Roach is a three-star defensive end/tight end from Baton Rouge, Louisiana who committed earlier in November. His Twitter account (@BALL_so_HaR) retweeted reports that he was visiting with Texas coach Brick Haley this afternoon.

Tope Imade committed back in May. He's a three-star offensive guard who hails from Arlington. Imade met with Texas offensive coordinator/offensive line coach Joe Wickline, as you can see here:

Deontay Anderson, a four-star safety who also is from Manvel, met with Texas coaches as well. Unlike the other three, Anderson has not committed to any school yet and holds offers from Ole Miss, Texas A&M, Alabama and others.

Texas tight ends/special teams coach Jeff Traylor met with five-star safety Brandon Jones of Nacogdoches. Jones is uncommitted but reportedly leaning toward Texas A&M. Several other recruits will visit with coaches later this week.

With one game left on the schedule, Charlie Strong's coaching staff is wasting no time on locking in the next group of Longhorns.