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Texas offers 2020 dual-threat QB Malik Hornsby

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The Longhorns are the latest to jump into the mix with the rising prospect out of Houston.


The Texas Longhorns wave of offers continued on Thursday, with the latest invitation going out to rising 2020 Houston Austin dual-threat quarterback Malik Hornsby, he announced on Twitter.

Hornsby is currently unranked but his film and offer list tell the tale of a prospect who will be among the most coveted quarterbacks in the state before long. With Texas jumping into the mix, Hornsby now holds nine offers, with invitations stemming from Texas A&M, Tennessee, Arizona and Mississippi State, among others.

Hornsby now becomes the third 2020 quarterback to notch a Texas offer — all of which own the dual-threat label — as he joins five-star Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei gunslinger Bryce Young and local four-star Lake Travis product Hudson Card.

Following his sophomore slate, the 6-foot-1, 185-pound Hornsby was honored as the District 24-5A Co-Offensive MVP, which followed up a freshman campaign in which he was named as the District 24-5A Offensive Newcomer of the Year.