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Having trouble keeping up? Here's a list of Texas Elite Camp recruiting offers

Eric Nahlinby:Eric Nahlin06/01/24

While Texas fans are gearing up for a wild June, July, and August of Texas recruiting and commitments, the Texas coaches are using their last non-official visit weekend for a while to make in-roads with recruits beyond the 2025 class.

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Inside Texas has four assets in Austin for Texas’ Elite Camp in an attempt to bring our readers the most comprehensive coverage of the day and beyond.

Quick note, you won’t read anything more important about where Texas Football sits than this insider post written earlier today. Saturday Cigar Smoke: Facilities and fundraising highlight the best of UT.

Here’s a rolling list of recruits who have been offered. We’re sitting on a couple offers as we wait for the recruit to break his own news.

Peyton Houston, QB, Shreveport (La.) Evangel – 2027

Normally we would lead with older players first but it’s big news any time Steve Sarkisian offers a quarterback. Adding even more intrigue, Houston has yet to play varsity ball.

Brady Edmunds, QB, Huntington Beach (Calif.) – 2027

Edmunds visited Texas earlier in the spring so a return visit is notable.

Nicolas Robertson, OG, Spring (Texas) Klein – 2026

I saw this wide body kid at camp this spring and he certainly jumped out with his size, arm length, and feet.

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Dylan Berymon, Monroe (La.) Ouachita Parish – 2026

Texas will always need to go out of state for defensive tackles. They become more numerous the deeper you go into the south.

Mike Brown, WR, Houston (Texas) Legacy School of Sport Sciences – 2026

Brown holds countless offers but UT was one he’s coveted for a long time. He has a lot of family who hails from Austin, including his father Reggie who played for Texas A&M.

Jamarion Carlton, Edge, Temple (Texas) – 2026

Temple has been kind to Texas throughout the years with Carlton the latest person of note. Could he follow in the footsteps of Ta’Quon Graham?

Jamarion Vincent, S, Waco (Connally) – 2026

Speaking of players from a school that have been kind to Texas, Vincent comes from the same school as current Horns Jelani McDonald, Kobe Black, and Tre Wisner before he transferred to DeSoto. Like McDonald, Vincent is a safety prospect with length.

Brock King, CB, Port Arthur (Texas) Memorial – 2026

Jamaal Charles. Jaylon Guilbeau. Now King has the chance to join a couple of stars who came before him.

Jordan Clay, WR, San Antonio (James Madison) Texas – 2026

One thing I learned long ago is length plus ball skills isn’t enough in the NFL but it very often translates to CFB. These players might not always be studs but they have a place in college. Now, if you can add in movement skills and explosion they can become deadly as Tetairoa McMillan demonstrates every Saturday. I’m not saying Clay is in that class but he has the chance to separate on the ground as well as above the rim. That would guarantee a high floor in college. He’s one I’ll watch closely this year.

Felix Ojo, OT, Mansfield (Lake Ridge) – 2026

Texas is in FANTASTIC shape for five-star John Turntine, but could Ojo play Cam Williams to Turntine’s Kelvin Banks? Yeah, it’s possible. Ojo is already large and only going to get bigger.

Noah Best, iOL, Midlothian (Texas) – 2026

I have yet to watch Best’s film yet but that pic below looks about right.

Amari Vickerson, DL, Houston (Texas) Cy-Ranch – 2027

Any young D-lineman flashing this early is one to watch long term. Vickerson is definitely twitched up for a young player at his position.

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