As teams scrambled to make late-minute finishing touches ahead of the early signing period, the Texas Longhorns extended a late offer to Kansas offensive guard commit Jacobi Lott on Tuesday night, per a report from 247Sports.
Lott, who committed to Kansas just days ago on Dec. 17, was reportedly set to sign with the Jayhawks on Wednesday, but according to 247Sports, Lott is “not sure what he will do now.”
However, Lott did end up signing with the Jayhawks on Wednesday morning, giving David Beatty’s program a rare head-to-head win over the Longhorns.
An in-state product out of Amarillo Tascosa, Lott also held offers from Bowling Green, Massachusetts and New Mexico State.
A 6’5, 308-pound prospect, Lott is ranked as the nation’s No. 1,941 player, No. 86 offensive guard and the No. 287 player in Texas, per the 247Sports Composite rankings.