2020 Houston North Shore offensive tackle Damieon George announced his top 10 group on Sunday and the Texas Longhorns are among those still in the mix.
Alabama, Georgia, LSU, Missouri, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Ole Miss, Penn State, and Texas A&M are the other programs still vying for George’s services.
Per the 247Sports Composite, the 6’6, 320-pound mauler is ranked as the No. 27 offensive tackle prospect in the country in a class rich of talent at the position. After earning his Longhorns offer on Oct. 20, he’s one of just 10 offense tackles with a Texas offer in hand to this point.
George made a pair of visits to the Forty Acres throughout the season to take in Texas’ wins over USC and Iowa State, and he does have a key tie to the program, as his mother played basketball for the Longhorns. Nevertheless, the Alabama Crimson Tide currently hold the lone Crystal Ball prediction for George.
He’s currently ranked as the nation’s No. 214 player and as the No. 27 player in Texas, per the 247Sports Composite.
Texas currently holds two commitments for the #cloUT2020 class, talented dual-threat quarterback Hudson Card and guard Logan Parr, the No. 3 and No. 4 players at their positions, respectively. Pairing the talents of Card, Parr and George could be an incredible core to build a recruiting class around.