The latest prospect to earn an offer from the Texas Longhorns is anchoring the offensive line for one of the more prized high school programs in the Lone Star State.
Southlake Carroll offensive tackle Andrej Karic made his way to the Forty Acres for an unofficial visit Saturday afternoon and walked away with an opportunity to join the #cloUT2020 movement. Karic took to Twitter to announce his most recent offer.
The rising senior has been a hot commodity for some of the nation’s top programs, owning 21 offers to date. Arizona, Auburn, Baylor, Florida State, Michigan, Missouri, Ole Miss, Oregon, TCU, and Virginia Tech have also jumped in the mix for Karic.
Texas has made the offensive line a priority early with this current recruiting class with the Longhorns landing three verbal commitments from four-star offensive tackle Jaylen Garth, four-star versatile lineman Jake Majors, and four-star offensive guard Logan Parr. With Karic becoming a Longhorn target, expect those three guys to help recruit and push for the DFW standout.
Tom Herman and his staff have now offered nine offensive tackles in the 2020 cycle and will continue to make prospects like Clear Creek’s Chad Lindberg and North Shore’s Damieon George top targets at the position.
Karic is listed at 6’5, 240 pounds, but his weight may be out of date after looking at current pictures. He is ranked as the nation’s No. 774 prospect, the No. 67 offensive tackle in the country, and as the No. 102 player in the state, per the 247Sports Composite rankings.