The Texas Longhorns haven’t filled their 2019 offensive line class, but are already working on their 2020 class, extending an offer to Port Neches-Groves offensive tackle Jaylen Garth Saturday.
Garth currently holds offers from seven schools, including the Texas A&M Aggies, who may be the primary opposition to land his services.
He has been in Aggieland for recruiting purposes twice, the first of which was an unofficial visit in April, when the Aggies became the first school to offer him a scholarship. He was back in Aggieland once again in June for a camp with Texas A&M.
The 6-foot-4, 285-pound tackle primarily plays the right side for the Indians and currently blocks for 2019 Texas commit quarterback Roschon Johnson. He becomes the seventh player Texas has offered at tackle for the 2020 class.
He is currently unranked but should see his stock rise as the offers continue to pour in over the coming months.