Baltimore (May.) Gilman quarterback Kai Locksley signed his national letter of intent on Wednesday, officially making him a Texas Longhorn:
The consensus four-star quarterback/athlete was the 6th best player in the state of Maryland and the 337th best player nationally, according to 247's composite rankings. The 6-foot-3, 188-pound Locksley announced his decision to attend Texas on Twitter Monday night, flipping his commitment from Florida State- where he had been committed since July.
Locksley fills a much needed hole in the 2015 recruiting class. Former four-star quarterback commit Zach Gentry flipped his commitment to Michigan two weeks ago after Jim Harbaugh sold him on Ann Arbor, and five-star Allen High quarterback Kyler Murray reaffirmed his commitment to A&M after surprising the nation with a visit to Texas at the end of January.
Locksley is the only quarterback commit in the 2015 class. Matthew Merrick, a quarterback from Cistercian Prep in Irving, will greyshirt next season before joining the team in 2016.