Houston Lamar cornerback D’shawn Jamison didn’t make it to Austin for last weekend’s “Stars at Night” event, but the consensus four-star prospect is spending some quality time with Texas Longhorns head coach Tom Herman and his staff during a Wednesday visit, according to Horns247.
The visit comes at a good time for the ‘Horns, as Jamison tripped up to Fort Worth last weekend to visit the Horned Frogs, the program considered to be the top competition for his services.
Since Herman and cornerbacks coach Jason Washington are getting Jamison on the Texas campus so soon after his visit to TCU, Wednesday’s time with the nation’s No. 19 cornerback is an opportunity to reverse any potential momentum that head coach Gary Patterson established for the Horned Frogs over the weekend.
Jamison has a chance to join teammate Al’vonte Woodard in the Texas class, as well as a number of other Houston targets — the recent successful in that area for the Longhorns is likely helping in Jamison’s recruitment, which could come to a conclusion in August.
In fact, this could be the type of trip that convinces Jamison to come to Texas. He’s certainly familiar with the program after making numerous visits to Austin this year.
Jamison is a physical cornerback who projects at nickel in college and is ranked as the No. 148 player nationally and the No. 16 player in Texas, according to the 247Sports Composite rankings.