The Texas Longhorns are still in the mix with one of the nation’s top 2020 prospects.
On Friday, Houston C.E. King safety Bryson Washington announced his top 10 schools, and the Longhorns were among those included. Oklahoma, Alabama, Texas A&M, LSU, Ohio State, Georgia, Florida State, Oregon, and UCLA were named as the other schools he’ll continue to consider going forward.
Truly Thankful For The Opportunity ‼️ pic.twitter.com/Aytcvy7Bij— Bryson Washington (@ChasingDream8) July 13, 2018
Washington’s lone Crystal Ball projection to this point favors Texas. Washington is yet to visit the Forty Acres, but given his short proximity and interest in the Longhorns, that likely changes in the near future.
A four-star prospect, Washington totaled 56 tackles as a sophomore, and was everywhere in coverage, as he defended 23 passes, notched five interceptions and returned four for touchdowns.
At 6’2, 187 pounds, Washington is ranked as the nation’s No. 86 player, No. 2 safety, and as the No. 11 player in Texas, per the 247Sports Composite.
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