Tom Herman and Texas Longhorns football are looking past the Lone Star State for top talent in the 2019 class.
Louisiana athlete Makiya Tongue is the latest 2019 target to receive an offer from the ‘Horns.
Extremely blessed to receive an offer to the University of Texas!!! pic.twitter.com/vvBLjgKuPJ— MT9 (@makiyatongue) February 22, 2018
The Baton Rouge native is listed as a OLB/WR on 247 Sports, and is most commonly listed as an athlete. The three-star prospect is ranked as the No. 664 recruit nationally, and the No. 64 athlete.
Texas is offer number 11 for Tongue, and the fifth school to offer him in the past three days. Other suitors include Texas A&M, Kansas State, and Tennessee.
The 6’2, 210 pounder attends LSU’s University Lab High School. Tongue’s father, Reggie, was a linebacker at Oregon State and played 10 seasons in the NFL.
Tongue is offer No. 81 that the Longhorns have made to 2019 recruits. The ‘Horns have offered 10 other receivers, and five other OLBs.