Earlier Thursday morning, 2021 Dallas Skyline wide receiver Quay Davis released his list of top five schools and the Texas Longhorns made the cut.
Top 5 no order#wakemup2 pic.twitter.com/i5qSQibXJK— Quaydarius Davis2️⃣ (@TheQuayDavis2) December 26, 2019
Alabama, Florida, LSU, and Texas A&M are the other four programs still in contention for the consensus four-star prospect, who committed to Texas in June, but then decided to reopen his commitment in November.
Officially remaining in the mix for Davis is an important development for the Longhorns — Davis is a top-100 prospect nationally, according to the 247Sports Composite rankings and Texas doesn’t currently have the benefit of an offensive coordinator or a wide receivers coach to recruit Davis. His primary recruiter, Drew Mehringer, was fired by head coach Tom Herman following the regular season.
So whether the Horns ultimately remain a contender for Davis will depend to some extent on the relationship that Mehringer’s replacement can build with the 6’0, 193-pounder with the Crimson Tide seemingly surging in his recruitment.
Davis is ranked as the No. 77 player nationally and the No. 13 wide receiver, according to the 247Sports Composite rankings.