As part of what became a busy Tuesday on the recruiting front for Tom Herman and his staff, the Texas Longhorns extended four offers to Saint Louis (Mo.) products.
Headlining the bunch is four-star wide receiver Kamryn Babb.
A 2018 prospect, Babb currently holds 23 offers from programs including Ohio State, Auburn, LSU, Michigan and Tennessee. Rated as the nation’s No. 86 player and No. 13 wide receiver, per 247Sports Composite, the Christian Brother College product is projected as an early Ohio State lean.
Four-star defensive tackle Trevor Tout is another nationally-ranked prospect among the bunch.
Honored to receive an offer from the University of Texas! pic.twitter.com/o6UOESUwg3— trevor trout ™ (@totaltroutmove) January 25, 2017
Ranked as the nation’s No. 131 player and No. 14 defensive tackle out of Chaminade College Prep School, Tout holds 16 offers from schools including Missouri, USC, Louisville, Oklahoma State, LSU, Nebraska, A&M and UCLA.
St. Louis Lutheran North defensive end Ronnie Perkins added a Texas offer to a list that includes Missouri, Arkansas, Texas A&M, Oklahoma, Michigan State and Wisconsin, among others. At 6’4, 250 pounds, Perkins is ranked as the nation’s No. 18 weak-side defensive end and the No. 8 player in Missouri.
The lone 2019 prospect to pick up a Tuesday Texas offer was Trinity Catholic (Mo.) athlete Isaiah Williams.
Blessed to receive a offer from Texas pic.twitter.com/jjnouQfCoY— Isaiah Williams (@i_williams11) January 24, 2017
Currently unranked, the 5’10, 160-pound athlete holds 15 offers, which include Michigan, Michigan State, Iowa, Indiana and Wisconsin.
As far as recruiting is concerned, expect Stan Drayton to serve as the lead recruiter in the area. He’s known as a national recruiter and has ties to the St. Louis area.