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Texas TE target Dominick Wood-Anderson set to decide Tuesday

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The ‘Horns are in contention, but unlikely to receive good news.

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Though the month-long recruiting dead period began on Tuesday, the Texas Longhorns will most likely be in line for some positive recruiting news in August.

The first positive news could come from Arizona Western College tight end Dominick Wood-Anderson, the nation’s top junior college player at the position, who will decide on Tuesday between nearly 20 schools.

Wood-Anderson took an official visit to Texas back in June after receiving his offer in April, notably spending time with freshman quarterback Sam Ehlinger and quarterback commit Cameron Rising on the lake.

The trip did spark some perceived momentum from the Longhorns, but a recent official visit to see the Crimson Tide in late July has now sparked numerous 247Sports Crystal Ball predictions for Alabama in the final moments of his recruitment.

So the likelihood of head coach Tom Herman and position coach Corby Meekins receiving good news from Wood-Anderson on Tuesday isn’t high.

Recruiting tight ends coveted by Alabama is not an easy task for Texas at this time.