The parade of offers from new Texas Longhorns head coach Tom Herman continued on Wednesday, as the ‘Horns are now in the running for Muskogee (Okla.) athlete Kamren Curl:
Blessed to receive my 25th D1 offer from Texas pic.twitter.com/REkimzcXlp— Kamren Curl (@KamrenCurl) December 7, 2016
Herman recruited the 6’2, 180-pounder at Houston. Curl also holds offers from schools like Arkansas, Nebraska, Oklahoma, and TCU. The Horned Frogs are expected to receive an official visit from Curl this weekend, while the Sooners and Razorbacks are set to host Curl in January. The Huskers did so in November.
Home-state Oklahoma is currently the leader in his 247Sports Crystal Ball projections with the last six predictions since offering Curl in November.
A consensus three-star prospect, Curl is the No. 673 prospect nationally, the No. 50 athlete, and the No. 10 player in Oklahoma, according to the 247Sports Composite rankings.
Curl is a two-way star for Muskogee who had a big junior season with 89 tackles, three interceptions, and five forced fumbles in addition to 659 yards receiving and eight touchdowns on the offensive side of the ball. He’s likely a safety at the next level.
At the Dallas The Opening Regional camp last March, Curl posted impressive testing numbers — a 4.56 40-yard dash, a 4.15 shuttle, and a 36.3-inch vertical leap.
Texas currently holds pledges from two cornerback commits — Josh Thompson and Kobe Boyce — and safety Montrell Estell.