Texas Longhorns commits and targets in the updated 2022 On300
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Texas Longhorns commits and targets in the updated 2022 On300

Hudson Standish10 days
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Brenen Thompson
Brenen Thompson during his visit to Texas. (courtesy of the Thompson family)

On3 released the updated 2022 On300 prospect rankings. The updated 2022 On300 is littered with Texas Longhorns commits and targets.

There are currently nine prospects in the updated 2022 On300 that are members of Steve Sarkisian’s first full class at Texas. The Texas Longhorns’ top ten ranked class currently has 22 commitments. 

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The rating scale is as follows: Five-star prospects have grades 98-100, four-star recruits have grades 90-97, while 80-89 grades are for three-stars.

The first 13 prospects in the nation are rated as five stars with an initial rating of 98. On3 will finish each recruiting cycle with 32 five-stars.

Texas Longhorns commits in the On300

Brenen Thompson, WR, Spearman
On300 ranking: No. 50
Movement: -10

Kristopher Ross, DL, Houston North Shore
On300 ranking: No. 61
Movement: -2

Jaray Bledsoe, DL, Marlin
On300 ranking: No. 76
Movement: -6

Jamarion Miller, RB, Tyler Legacy
On300 ranking: No. 79
Movement: +15

Bryan Allen Jr., S, Aledo
On300 ranking: No. 103
Movement: -1

Jaydon Blue, RB, Klein Cain
On300 ranking: 188
Movement: 0

J’Mond Tapp, EDGE, Ascension Catholic (Donaldsonville, LA)
On300 ranking: 217
Movement: -42

Austin Jordan, S, Denton Ryan
On300 ranking: 249
Movement: -22

Connor Robertson, IOL, Austin Westlake
On300 ranking: 260
Movement: -7

Texas Longhorns targets in the On300

No. 6 Evan Stewart, WR, Frisco Liberty
The race: Texas, Texas A&M, Alabama

No. 8 Harold Perkins, LB, Cypress Park
The race: Texas, Texas A&M, LSU

No. 15 Denver Harris, CB, Houston North Shore
The race: Texas, LSU, Alabama

No. 17 Terrance Brooks, CB, Little Elm
The race: Ohio State commit

No. 19 Kelvin Banks, OT, Humble Summer Creek
The race: Oregon commit

No. 22 Devon Campbell, IOL, Arlington Bowie
The race: Texas, Oklahoma, Alabama

No. 26 Jordan Hudson, WR, Garland
The race: SMU commit

No. 27 Devin Brown, QB, Draper (Utah) Corner Canyon
The race: USC commit

On3 director of scouting Charles Power broke down the Texas Longhorns target’s jump to the No. 2 QB in the nation according to On3.

Devin Brown moves up to No. 27 and is now the second-ranked quarterback after Allar. The 6-foot-3, 210-pounder wrapped up his senior season at Draper (Utah) Corner Canyon on Friday in a heart-breaking loss in the state title game. Brown transferred to Corner Canyon from the Phoenix area and thrived as a senior, building on a strong offseason. The USC commit broke the Utah single season passing yardage. He finished with 4,881 passing yards and 57 touchdowns with 14 interceptions. Brown hit a ton of high-difficulty downfield throws and averaged a gaudy 13.1 yards per attempt. He also showed some mobility, rushing for 430 yards and eight more scores.

Brown’s recruitment remains up in the air despite his pledge to USC, who is without a permanent head coach. He’s taken official visits to Ole Miss, Texas and was at Ohio State this weekend.


No. 48 Kendrick Law, ATH, Captain Shreve (LA)
The race: Texas, LSU, Alabama

No. 65 Neto Umeozulu, IOL, Allen
The race: Texas, Alabama, Texas A&M, USC

No. 77 Matthew Golden, WR, Klein Cain
The race: Texas, Baylor, LSU

No. 130 Kam Dewberry, IOL, Humble Atascocita
The race: Texas, Texas A&M, Oklahoma

No. 204 Jaylon Guilbeau, CB, Port Arthur Memorial
The race: TCU commit

No. 278 Cameron Williams, OT, Duncanville
The race: Oregon commit

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