The preferred targets of new Texas Longhorns defensive backs coach Clay Jennings are coming into focus, as Port Arthur Memorial cornerback Kary Vincent became the second cornerback in the region to receive an offer from the Longhorns on Friday, according to multiple reports.
The 5'11, 155-pounder is on the small and slim side compared to most players at the position targeted by head coach Charlie Strong. However, he does have some pedigree, as he's the son of former Texas A&M wide receiver Kary Vincent, who was taken in the sixth round of the NFL Draft after completing his playing days in College Station.
A consensus four-star prospect, Kary Vincent is the No. 253 player nationally, the No. 25 cornerback, and the No. 36 player in Texas, according to the 247Sports Composite rankings. Now into double-digit offers, Vincent currently holds the option of playing at Arizona State, Arkansas, Baylor, Houston, Illinois, Missouri, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Ole Miss, SMU, TCU, and Vanderbilt.
The notable exception there is Texas A&M, which would likely vault to the top of his list if the Aggies opt to extend an offer in the near future. If that doesn't end up happening, Vincent's recruitment could end up being wide open.