Texas Longhorns Recruiting
All the latest updates regarding the recruiting efforts of the Texas Longhorns.
The former Longhorn visited the Forty Acres this week, but it wasn’t enough for Texas to overcome the Canes.
The super senior from Houston was an All-WAC first team performer as a sophomore.
The visit will take place this weekend for the former top-50 prospect who was recruited by Longhorns tight ends coach Jeff Banks.
In recent visits to Texas and Texas A&M, the lack of football trophies have become a noteworthy part of Cook’s experiences.
The Longhorns are a finalist for the Florida product.
The Canadian is one of the top transfers on the market.
It was a busy weekend in Austin, as the Longhorns played host to the nation’s top quarterback plus several other top recruits.
The former Horned Frogs standout will have a chance to reunite with former head coach Gary Patterson and see the Forty Acres.
The Alabama native was a co-starter for the Commodores last season.
The former FCS standout is receiving interest from multiple Power Five programs after entering the NCAA transfer portal on Tuesday.
We look at what the addition of Devon Campbell does for the Longhorns.
The Longhorns could add as many as four more players from the NCAA transfer portal.
The Arlington Bowie product is announcing his decision on Wednesday afternoon.
Plus, big expectations for Texas Baseball?
Landing Neyor answers one of the biggest remaining offensive needs for the Longhorns.
A trip to Austin convinced the Arlington Lamar product to return to the Lone Star State.
The Wyoming transfer is following through on his plan to visit the Forty Acres despite his pledge to Tennessee.
The former consensus five-star prospect is headed to Fayetteville.
The former four-star prospect had success in Sarkisian’s offense in 2020, and he’ll have a chance to take that next step in Austin.
Lincoln Riley lands the talented Floridian once again.
An opportunity for playing time and the chance to reunite with Steve Sarkisian should have the Longhorns in a strong position with the talented tight end.
Four future Longhorns ended the 2021 high school football season as state champions.
The Denton Ryan product was a consensus five-star prospect in the 2020 recruiting class and is expected to visit the Forty Acres soon.