Charlie Strong and the Texas Longhorns were already set to host to numerous recruits this weekend, but that list has now added one of the most prestigious names in the 2017 class with five-star linebacker Dylan Moses taking an unofficial visit to Austin. Moses, the nation's No. 2 overall recruit and No. 1 linebacker out of Bradenton (Fla.) IMG Academy had reportedly canceled his visits to Texas and Texas A&M this weekend, but as it turns out, the blue-chip linebacker had a change of plans.
Additionally, four-star Houston Cy Creek offensive tackle Grayson Reed was in attendance for Texas' scrimmage this morning. Reed currently ranks as the nation's No. 29 offensive tackle and No. 32 player in Texas, per 247Sports. Reed named the Longhorns as his leader following his first visit, and it appears not much has changed.
Four-star outside linebacker and Austin native Levi Jones was also reportedly on campus for an unofficial visit Saturday morning. Jones, a 6'3, 215-pound Westlake product, ranks as the No. 13 outside linebacker in the country and No. 25 prospect in Texas. according to 247Sports Composite. Texas currently stands as the convincing favorite to keep Jones within the city limits a suit up in burnt orange in 2017.
Ole Miss commit Creed Humphrey also was in attendance Saturday and picked up a Longhorns offer.
Blessed to receive an offer from the University of Texas! pic.twitter.com/NltxXZYKwe— Creed Humphrey (@creed_humphrey) April 2, 2016
Humphrey, a three-star center from Shawnee (Okla.), has continued gaining steam in his recruitment, recently being offered by Texas A&M and Kansas State.
As noted yesterday, fast-rising Lake Dallas cornerback Kobe Boyce is on campus Saturday, and stepped on the 40 Acres without a Longhorns offer. As expected, Boyce didn't leave Texas without an offer: