Following an unofficial visit for Texas’ first day of spring practice on Monday, three-star Dallas Bishop Dunne running back Jaden Hullaby left Austin with a scholarship offer from the Longhorns, he announced on Twitter.
This marks offer No. 30 for Hullaby on the recruiting trail.
Power five programs including LSU, Florida, TCU, Baylor, and Arkansas are among the top schools to offer the 6’2, 205-pound running back — Houston and LSU extended offers out to him last week.
Hullaby is rated as the No. 55 running back prospect in the nation and No. 102 overall player in Texas, according to the 247Sports Composite. After transferring from Mansfield to Bishop Dunne following his sophomore season, Hullaby rushed for 1,181 yards and 11 touchdowns on the ground and added 392 receiving yards and five touchdowns through the air in his first season with Bishop Dunne as a junior.
While top running backs Zachary Evans and Kendall Milton are the focus of this class, the Longhorns will likely sign multiple running backs in the 2020 class, considering the limited depth at that position right now.