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Texas offers elite California CB Isaac Taylor-Stuart

Texas offered late, but still has plenty of time to make an impact in the elite defensive back’s recruitment.


Texas remains heavily in the mix with several of the state’s top cornerback prospects, but that isn’t stopping Tom Herman and his staff from gauging the market on out-of-state prospects.

On Wednesday, the Longhorns offers elite San Diego St. Augustine (Calif.) cornerback Isaac Taylor-Stuart.

A U.S. Army All-American, Taylor-Stuart now holds 50 offers and recently released a top 16 with LSU, South Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, Michigan, Florida State, Washington, Nebraska, Ohio State, Penn State, Georgia, USC, Alabama, Texas A&M, Illinois and Utah still in the mix. Taylor-Stuart noted that he’s taking his time and enjoying the recruiting process, so there’s certainly time for Texas to still assert itself and become a factor, especially if things don’t end favorably with Anthony Cook, D’shawn Jamison or Jalen Green.

At this point, USC is considered the heavy favorite for the speedy defensive back. Taylor-Stuart has a register 4.3 40-yard dash.

At 6’2, 187 pounds, Taylor is ranked as the nation’s No. 33 player, No. 5 cornerback and the No. 6 player in California, per 247Sports Composite.