A second cornerback offer from the Texas Longhorns went out in the Houston area on Monday, with Lamar cornerback D’shawn Jamison joining Heights standout Jalen Green:
Truly blessed to receive an offer from The University of Texas !!!! #HookEm #LetsRide pic.twitter.com/xDE9ytsv1R— DJ5 (@D_JAMISON5) January 9, 2017
The 5’10, 168-pounder isn’t as highly recruited as Green, but he does hold double-digit offers, including Baylor, Florida, Michigan, Missouri, TCU, and Tennessee, among others.
Like Green, Jamison previously picked up an offer from head coach Tom Herman and his staff while at Houston, so there is a pre-existing relationship with the consensus four-star prospect.
Green is ranked as the No. 234 player nationally, the No. 27 cornerback, and the No. 33 player in Texas, according to the 247Sports Composite.
Despite a lack of ideal height, Green holds a relatively small but impressive offer list because of his speed — at the Houston The Opening Regional camp last April, he ran a verified 4.48 40-yard dash, a 3.90 shuttle, and posted a 36.7-inch vertical leap.
In other words, his speed, quickness, and explosiveness are all elite traits. On film, Jamison also demonstrates a high level of physicality as a tackler, though there are times when he could stand to wrap up when delivering big hits.