Four-star Beaumont West Brook safety Bryce Anderson announced that he has narrowed his list of schools down to five on Saturday.
Anderson was previously committed to LSU, but opted to reopen his recruitment last month after the Tigers struggled during the season.
Steve Sarkisian’s staff has prioritized Anderson since arriving in Austin, so it was no surprise that the Texas Longhorns made the cut for his commitment.
The Longhorns are reportedly carrying a considerable amount of momentum in this recruitment despite LSU and Texas A&M both making the list of finalists for Anderson.
With Aledo’s BJ Allen set to decide on Monday, the Longhorns are in position to land to blue-chip talents at the safety position early on in the cycle and both would be big victories over regional rivals.
Sarkisian and his staff have already been turning heads and dialing up some momentum on the recruiting trail and they have a chance to keep the train rolling in the right direction.
Anderson is ranked as the No. 61 prospect nationally and the No. 4 safety, according to the 247Sports Composite rankings.