Texas still has two months to finish sculpting its 2018 class, but Tom Herman and his staff remain active with some of the top 2019 talent the nation has to offer.
On Friday night, the Longhorns extended an offer to elite Richmond Bush safety Jamal Morris, he announced on Twitter.
The rising four-star defensive back picked up offers from Notre Dame and LSU within the past week, and with Texas now joining that mix, Morris is up to 13 total offers, including invitations from Michigan, TCU, Oklahoma State and Colorado, among others.
Despite Texas finding so much success recruiting the safety position throughout the 2018 class, with pledges from BJ Foster, DeMarvion Overshown and Caden Sterns, Morris now becomes the sixth 2019 safety to pick up a Texas offer.
Five-star Bishop Dunne safety Brian Williams is the headliner of that bunch, but as it stands, Texas holds just one 2019 pledge in the form of Port Neches-Groves quarterback Roschon Johnson.
A 6’2, 185-pound product, Morris is ranked as the nation’s No. 196 player, the No. 13 safety and the No. 25 player in Texas, per the 247Sports Composite rankings.