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Texas Longhorns host impressive Monday visitor list

The summer recruiting season is in full swing and it produced another offer to start the week.

Juan Harris
Juan Harris
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A random Monday at the start of June may not sound like a major visit date for recruits, but the Texas Longhorns hosted a number of high-level 2017 prospects.

After taking in a Baylor Bears camp on Sunday, many of the prospects on this list simply made their way down I-35 to visit Austin, with several stopping in College Station first.

Here's the list, courtesy of Horns247:

  • Lindell Stone, Woodbury Forest (Va.) -- A consensus four-star prospect, Stone is the No. 9 pro-style quarterback in his class and holds offers from four schools, including UCLA. He's also a Texas native.
  • Eno Benjamin, Wylie East running back -- The No. 2 in-state back for 2017 after Houston Langham Creek's Toneil Carter. He told Horn Sports that he had a great visit and will be in touch with head coach Charlie Strong in the near future.
  • Juan Harris, West Fayette (Iowa) defensive tackle -- The massive defensive tackle is inexperienced after sitting out almost all of his sophomore season, but he's drawing high-level interest and offers despite his lack of game film. Harris tweeted that he picked up an offer while on his visit.
  • Anthony Hines, Plano East linebacker -- The former Mississippi State commit is one of the most highly-recruited players in his class. In his 247Sports Crystal Ball, Oklahoma is the current leader with all seven predictions.
  • Santino Marchiol, Cherry Creek (Colo.) linebacker -- The 6'3, 224-pounder holds eight offers, including one from Florida State.
  • Jamyest Williams, Lawrenceville (Ga.) Archer athlete -- The diminutive speedster could play on either side of the ball in college and picked up an offer from the Aggies while visiting College Station. Baylor also offered Williams after the Sunday camp in Waco.