The Texas Longhorns’ pursuit of out-of-state talent continues, with the latest example coming in the form of 2020 Memphis (Tenn.) White Station offensive tackle Ray Curry Jr., who announced his Texas offer on Wednesday.
A highly-coveted talent who now owns upwards of 20 offers, Texas joins programs such as Alabama, Auburn, Georgia, LSU, Michigan, Nebraska and Texas A&M in hopes of landing one of the top talents in Tennessee.
With Texas becoming the latest to jump into the mix just one day after LSU extended an offer, the Longhorns now have offers out to just three 2020 offensive tackle prospects. Of those, Marietta (Ga.) product Jake Wray is already pledged to Ohio State, so Texas is certainly in the market for talent at the position.
At 6-foot-5, 300 pounds, Curry is ranked as the nation’s No. 256 player, the No. 31 offensive tackle and the No. 11 player in Tennessee, per 247Sports.