One of the nation's top edge rushers is now on the Texas Longhorns’ radar.
On Monday, four-star Auburndale (Fla.) Senior weak-side defensive end Lloyd Summerall Jr. picked up a Texas offer, he announced on Twitter.
With Texas joining the mix, Summerall now holds 26 total offers, including invitations from Florida State, Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Miami, Michigan and Ohio State, among others. He becomes the seventh weak-side defensive end prospect to pick up a Texas offer this cycle.
The Seminoles currently stand as the projected landing spot, as Florida State owns all four of his Crystal Ball projections.
As a junior, Summerall notched 34 total tackles, three sacks, three forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries for Auburndale Senior.
A 6’5, 218-pound prospect, Summerall is ranked as the nation’s No. 192 player, No. 11 weak-side defensive end and the No. 28 player in Florida, per the 247Sports Composite.