The Texas Longhorns aren’t likely to find a replacement for former commit Quentin Johnston, who signed with the TCU Horned Frogs last month, as Marshall wide receiver Savion Williams will not visit Austin this weekend, according to Richard Davenport of WholeHogSports.com.
A former Razorbacks commit, Williams is now down to Arkansas, SMU, and TCU after taking official visits to each of those schools in the last seven weeks. Texas offered nine days ago after Williams was on the recruiting radar for some time, but it was too late for the Horns to make enough of an impression to get the 6’4.5, 205-pounder on campus for a visit.
Williams is a consensus three-star prospect ranked as the No. 431 player nationally and the No. 73 wide receiver, according to the 247Sports Composite rankings.
The Longhorns are still pursuing another wide receiver in the class — Carthage product Kelvontay Dixon, the younger brother of junior running back Keontay Ingram, took his long-awaited official visit to Austin last weekend.