Another wide receiver offer went out from the Texas Longhorns on Thursday -- the second of the week -- to Oklahoma Sooners commit Jalen Reagor of Waxahachie:
Just received my 21st offer from The University of Texas. pic.twitter.com/m3eNMOONn4— Jalen Reagor (@TheJalenReagor) May 5, 2016
The 5'11, 182-pounder committed to Oklahoma in late March over a number of other high-profile offers, including Alabama, Arkansas, Baylor, Florida State, Mississippi State, Missouri, Ole Miss, Oregon, Tennessee, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, and Washington.
Considered a consensus four-star prospect, Reagor is the No. 227 player overall, the No. 30 wide receiver, and the No. 35 player in the state of Texas, according to the 247Sports Composite rankings.
A standout at The Opening Dallas Regional camp back in the middle of March, Reagor must have slipped on his shuttle time at the event, as his 4.50 effort there didn't match the shiftiness he showed in one-on-one drills. His 4.41 40-yard dash and 37.5-inch vertical leap serve as better testaments to his athleticism.
Reagor projects as a slot receiver because of his height, speed, and lateral quickness, which makes him an intriguing prospect in a cycle that features a lot of players who look like outside receivers in college.