Four-star Bishop Gorman (Nev.) safety Bubba Bolden added a Texas Longhorns offer to his list of potential suitors Tuesday afternoon, per his Twitter:
A former USC commit, Bolden backed out of his pledge to the Trojans in July after a December 2015 commitment and has since seen offers roll in from Ole Miss, Florida, Oregon, Ohio State, and now Texas. In total, the 6’3, 190-pounder holds 19 offers, which also includes Texas A&M and Arizona State.
Bolden now becomes one of only two safeties with a Texas offer that aren’t already committed elsewhere, joining four-star Georgia native Deangelo Gibbs.
A consensus four-star prospect, Bolden is ranked as the nation’s No. 94 player and No. 11 safety, according to the 247Sports Composite rankings.