Just weeks after notching an offer from Tom Herman’s program, Midlothian Heritage wide receiver Langston Anderson named the Texas Longhorns in his top 10 on Friday.
Arizona, Arizona State, Baylor, Washington State, Kansas State, Nebraska, Oklahoma State, Ole Miss, and Texas Tech also survived the cut.
Anderson, a three-star prospect, holds 21 total offers. A Mississippi native, Anderson moved to Texas prior to his junior season and proceeded to impress to the tune of 55 receptions for 850 yards, nine touchdowns, and ultimately, first-team all-district honors. In the months since, he’s earned offers from every Power 5 conference, with six of his invitations stemming from the Big 12.
Texas is the most recent to jump into the mix on May 26, and the ‘Horns already hold all four of his Crystal Ball projections. With Texas aiming to add another receiver or two to its 2019 haul, expect the Longhorns to get the 6-foot-2 pass catcher to campus in the near future.
He officially visited Arizona State at the start of the month.
Anderson is currently ranked as the nation’s No. 95 wide receiver and as the No. 94 player in Texas, per the 247Sports Composite.