After signing his National Letter of Intent on Wednesday, Mansfield Timberview three-star athlete Jaden Hullaby now looks to bring versatility and athleticism to the Texas Longhorns football program next year.
While on an unofficial visit to Austin in early March, Hullaby picked up his offer and committed to the Longhorns in April. All told, Hullaby owned 25 offers at that time, with Florida, LSU, Michigan State, TCU, and Arkansas serving as some of the more prominent programs involved in Hullaby’s recruitment. Aside from his trip to Texas, Hullaby also toured Texas A&M, Southern Miss, Arkansas, and SMU throughout the process.
Hullaby is a 6’2, 205-pound do-it-all athlete who could also play a number of position at Texas, including wide receiver, H-back, or even tight end. After playing at Timberview in 2017, Jaden Hullaby and his brother Landon transferred to Bishop Dunne High School in south Dallas prior to his junior season. As a junior running back at Bishop Dunne, Jaden rushed for 1,181 yards and 11 touchdowns while hauling in 33 receptions for 392 yards and five scores.
Then, prior to his senior season, Hullaby transferred back to Mansfield Timberview where he took hold of the quarterback position and ended up posting a season that earned him All-District honors.
Hullaby’s All-District campaign came in large part to his prowess running the football.
With changes coming at the coordinator positions on both sides of the football for head coach Tom Herman’s Texas staff, it remains to be seen what scheme changes both the offense and defense could experience and how that could effect where Hullaby ultimately lands on the depth chart.
A consensus three-star prospect, Hullaby is ranked as the No. 611 player nationally and the No. 34 athlete, according to the 247Sports Composite rankings.