The final official visit weekend will feature at least one recruit in Austin, as the Texas Longhorns will host Texas A&M Aggies wide receiver commit Jalen Preston on February 2, according to Horns247.
The 6’2, 212-pounder committed to the Aggies last July after he was offered by the Longhorns back in 2015. The new coaching staff pursued Preston enough to make his top six prior to his decision, but never pressed hard after Brennan Eagles and Al’vonte Woodard emerged as the top targets.
Now, however, it appears the staff may have room for two more wide receivers in the 2018 class.
Texas A&M and new head coach Jimbo Fisher will likely try to keep Preston from visiting Texas when he travels to College Station for his official visit this weekend. So it’s possible that Preston ends up changing his plans if the Aggies get their way.
A consensus four-star prospect and 2018 Under Armour All-American, Preston is the No. 90 player nationally, the No. 18 wide receiver, and the No. 10 player in Texas, according to the 247Sports Composite rankings.