Texas Longhorns football doesn't currently have a 2019 pledge, but one of the best prospects of the class listed the 'Horns in his top four on Wednesday afternoon.
One of these Universities will have my pledge. God bless ‼️ #top4 #GoGators #HookEm #GigEm #4sUp pic.twitter.com/wnqxZkyQQ2— Jordan Whittington (@J_Whitt3) July 13, 2017
Four-Star wide receiver Jordan Whittington listed Texas, as well as Florida, Texas A&M, and UCLA as his top choices.
The Cuero (Tx.) product is the nation's No. 47 overall player, the No.8 wide receiver, and the No.6 overall player in Texas for the 2019 class.
Texas offered Whittington on May 9. Whittington also holds offers from 24 other division one programs, including Alabama, Florida State, and Ohio State.
The 6-1, 198 pound athlete gained 795 receiving yards and 12 touchdowns as a sophomore at Cuero in 2016. He also played safety (and notched six picks) and returned kicks.
He is known as an elite playmaker who can be dangerous any time he touches the ball.
Texas is currently given a 60% chance of landing Whittington, with A&M and UCLA both behind at 20% each.