The spring evaluation period produced another offer for the Texas Longhorns, with Hutto defensive end Ondario Robinson the latest in-state prospect to receive one:
The 6'3.5, 236-pounder picked up an offer from Georgia last fall and Oklahoma offered several days ago, so his most impressive offers are better than his mid three-star rating and consideration as the No. 582 player nationally, the No. 27 strongside defensive end, and the No. 86 player in Texas, according to the 247Sports Composite rankings.
Despite a productive junior season that included 72 tackles, 18 tackles for loss, eight sacks, seven passes broken up, and one forced fumble, Robinson is something of an under-the-radar recruit, so it's difficult to get much of a handle on his recruitment at this time ahead of planned summer visits. He could also get some other game-changing offers in the near future as the spring evaluation period continues.
Texas has one 2017 commitment from a strongside defensvie end in Lagaryonn Carson and took Malcolm Roach and Andrew Fitzgerald at the position in 2016, though Roach says he will start out at Fox end.