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Meet Your 2022 Texas Football Early Enrollees

Texas Football secures 11 early enrollees for the 2022 class

On Wednesday, Steve Sarkisian and the Texas Longhorns had a very successful Early Signing Day.

The Longhorns signed 26 players, boosting their 2022 recruiting class to No. 5 in the nation.

Some recruits, including Devon Campbell, Omari Abor, and Jacoby Matthews are waiting until the late signing period (February 3).

Of the signees, the Longhorns secured key commitments from quarterback Quinn Ewers (ranked No. 1 in the 2021 class), Terrance Brooks, and Justice Finkley.

After Ewers’ transfer, Texas quarterback Casey Thompson entered the transfer portal on Friday. Trey Scott of 247 Sports predicts that Thompson will take his talents to TCU.

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Almost half of the signees (11) will be enrolling early at Texas, allowing them to jump start their development by attending spring practice.

Below are the likely 11 players who will enroll early at Texas:

Quinn Ewers, quarterback

Maalik Murphy, quarterback

Terrance Brooks, cornerback

BJ Allen, safety

Jaydon Blue, running back

Justice Finkley, defensive lineman

Jaylon Guilbeau, cornerback

Jaray Bledsoe, defensive lineman

Aaron Bryant, defensive lineman

Cole Hutson, offensive lineman

Xavion Brice, athlete

Looking to the near future, one name to keep an eye out for will be elite 2022 cornerback Denver Harris. Harris will decide between Texas and Texas A&M this Saturday.


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