Landing a slot receiver or all-purpose back remains a priority for the Texas Longhorns, prompting a Friday offer for Rockledge (Fla.) all-purpose back Jashaun Corbin:
The 6’1, 190-pounder holds a national offer list of close to 40 schools and originally committed to Tennessee last April before flipping to Florida State just more than a month later. When head coach Jimbo Fisher left for Texas A&M, Corbin opened up his recruitment once again.
Once Fisher arrived in College Station, he offered Corbin again. The Florida product plans to visit Texas A&M late this month after a trip to Nebraska. Prior to the dead period, Corbin took an official visit to TCU.
Texas will now try to convince Corbin to visit, but outside of securing that, the Longhorns won’t have a chance to get in this one late.
Corbin is a consensus four-star prospect ranked as the No. 257 player nationally, the No. 6 all-purpose back, and the No. 46 player in Florida.