Less than a week after the Texas Longhorns offered Longview defensive tackle Sawyer Goram-Welch, the consensus three-star prospect announced his decommitment from the Oklahoma State Cowboys on Saturday.
Nothing but love for these coaches pic.twitter.com/9E0LDIDrcf— J. Sawyer Goram-Welch (@goram_welch) December 8, 2019
Goram-Welch took his official visit to Stillwater in early September and then pledged to Oklahoma State in the middle of October. Texas officially entered the 6’4, 278-pounder’s recruitment early in the week, so consider Goram-Welch’s decision a good sign for the Longhorns.
Now the goal will be to get him on campus before the dead period in the hopes of landing a commitment and earning his signature during the early signing period.
Goram-Welch took an official visit to SMU during the summer, so he still has three visits remaining, along with offers from Illinois, Purdue, and Texas Tech, among others.
Ranked as a consensus three-star prospect, Goram-Welch is the No. 953 prospect nationally and the No. 77 defensive tackle, according to the 247Sports Composite rankings. He recorded 30 tackles for loss and 13 sacks over his final two seasons of high school.