The top-ranked 2019 running back in the state is now on Tom Herman and his staff’s radar after the Texas Longhorns offered Katy product Deondrick Glass on Tuesday.
Honored and bless to have received an offer from the University of Texas!! pic.twitter.com/5AVfIpV4Q7— Deondrick Glass (@deondrickglass) June 13, 2017
A four-star prospect, Glass now holds 13 total offers with programs including Alabama, Florida State, Michigan, Ohio State and Oklahoma among those vying for his services.
Considering what Glass accomplished as a sophomore, having some of the nation’s premier powers in pursuit is no surprise.
In 2016, Glass compiled 1,912 yards and 30 touchdowns on 184 carriers, which makes for a 10.4 yards per carry average, and again, this was as a sophomore. The Longhorns are heavily in the mix with Noah Cain, the nation’s top-ranked running back, but Glass boast nothing short of elite talent himself.
At 5’10, 190 pounds, Glass ranks as the nation’s No. 66 player, No. 4 running back and the No. 8 player in Texas, per 247Sports Composite.