The Texas Longhorns made the latest cut for four-star Detroit (Mi.) Cass Technical athlete Jaren Mangham after he announced his top nine schools on Monday afternoon.
Oregon, Colorado, Michigan State, Arkansas, Texas A&M, Tennessee, TCU and Kansas were among the others to make his top group.
Florida, Minnesota, West Virginia, Missouri, Ole Miss, Florida State and Kentucky were named in Mangham’s Top 16 on April 18, but did not make the cut this time around. He has received 47 total scholarship offers throughout his recruiting process.
Mangham has a scheduled official visit with Colorado on June 22. Along with Colorado, he has already unofficially visited Michigan State, Texas, TCU and Texas A&M. Mangham was raised in the state of Texas in the Houston area. His mom attended Texas A&M and his grandmother attended Texas.
Mangham is listed at 6’1, 214 pounds and plays on both sides of the ball. He is currently ranked as the No. 345 prospect nationally, No. 30 athlete and No. 9 player in the state of Michigan according to 247Sports Composite rankings. After nine Crystal Ball predictions, Michigan State holds an 89-percent Crystal Ball lead for the in-state product.
Mangham plays his high school ball at Cass Technical High School in Detroit, a powerhouse program in Michigan. Dating back to his freshman year, Mangham and Cass Tech have captured two Division 1 Michigan High School State Championships.