Thursday night, George Ranch running back Darius Anderson narrowed his college options down to five schools via Twitter, and the Texas Longhorns are still in play for the three-star prospect, along with California, Houston, Missouri and Utah.
Who will it be... pic.twitter.com/L23f9NZtnZ— Jet. (@Jetsonn1x) June 26, 2015
Anderson, ranked as the nations No. 42 running back and the No. 88 prospect in the state of Texas, per 247Sports, picked up an offer from the Longhorns in February and was in Austin for an unofficial visit at beginning of the month.
Despite rushing for 1,861 yards and 14 touchdowns as a junior, Anderson stands as the lowest ranked Longhorns running back target currently holding an offer, with Devwah Whaley currently leading that pack.