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The Texas roster matrix after Early Signing Day

Here’s how things are shaping up on the scholarship chart for the Longhorns after signing 16 recruits on Wednesday.

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With the National Letter of Intent in from consensus five-star running back Bijan Robinson, the 16 commits for the Texas Longhorns are all officially in the fold on Early Signing Day, so it’s worth taking a look at the overall scholarship distribution for head coach Tom Herman’s program heading into next season.

Roster matrix

Position Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total
Position Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total
QB Hudson Card Casey Thompson Sam Ehlinger 4
Ja'Quinden Jackson
RB Derrian Brown* Roschon Johnson Keaontay Ingram Daniel Young 6
Jordan Whittington*
Bijan Robinson
WR Kennedy Lewis* Jake Smith Brennan Eagles 9
Troy Omeire Marcus Washington
Dajon Harrison Malcolm Epps
Al'vonte Woodard
Joshua Moore*
TE Brayden Liebrock* Jared Wiley Reese Leitao Cade Brewer 4
Jaden Hullaby
OL Tyler Johnson* Junior Angilau Sam Cosmi Derek Kerstetter 15
Isaiah Hookfin* Rafiti Ghirmai Tope Imade
Jake Majors Reese Moore Denzel Okafor
Logan Parr Christian Jones
Jaylen Garth Willie Tyler*
Andrej Karic
DL Myron Warren* T'Vondre Sweat Ta'Quon Graham 11
Peter Mpagi* Keondre Coburn Marqez Bimage
Vernon Broughton Moro Ojomo Jacoby Jones
Sawyer Goram-Welch Daniel Carson
LB David Gbenda* Byron Vaughns Joseph Ossai 10
Marcus Tillman Jr.* Ayodele Adeoye Juwan Mitchell
Prince Dorbah Luke Brockermeyer Russell Hine
Cort Jaquess
DB Kenyatta Watson II* Chris Adimora Caden Sterns Chris Brown 19
Marques Caldwell* Tyler Owens BJ Foster Donovan Duvernay
Xavion Alford DeMarvion Overshown Hank Coutamanos
Jerrin Thompson Anthony Cook
Kitan Crawford Jalen Green
Kobe Boyce
Montrell Estell
D'Shawn Jamison
Josh Thompson*
K/P/DS Ryan Bujcevski 3
Cameron Dicker 81
Justin Mader

*Denotes players on track to redshirt this season

With the medical retirement of linebacker De’Gabriel Floyd, the graduate transfer of offensive lineman JP Urquidez, and the removal of the seniors, Texas is currently sitting at 81 scholarships for next season.

Expect the normal level of attrition during the offseason — probably between four and six players — and note that there are a handful of walk ons who might or might not remain on scholarship this year. In all likelihood, Texas won’t need those scholarships next fall and committed to keeping those players on scholarship for multiple years.