The Texas Longhorns 2019 class is no longer a one-man show.
On Wednesday, fast-rising Huntsville strong-side defensive end T’Vondre Hunt announced his pledge to Texas via Twitter.
Proud to say I’m officially committed to the university of Texas #hookem pic.twitter.com/6M9hH0zl73— T sweat (@Tvondre_) February 28, 2018
A three-star prospect, Sweat has picked up a handful of major offers since the turn of the year, including invitations from Oklahoma State, Oklahoma, Alabama and TCU.
Sweat holds 16 total offers, with Baylor, Arkansas, Houston and Ole Miss among those interested.
The Longhorns were among the earliest to jump into the mix with on offer last October, and Sweat has been high on the ‘Horns ever since. Prior to his pledge, however, Sweat was favored to side with Texas A&M, as the Aggies own all four of his Crystal Ball projections.
By taking his talents to Texas, Sweat gives the Longhorns two 2019 pledges, as he joins long-time quarterback commit Roschon Johnson out of Port Neches-Groves.
Sweat is ranked as the nation’s No. 683 player, the No. 49 strong-side defensive end and the No. 84 player in Texas, per the 247Sports Composite.