Open Post | Monday, May 22nd

– Jaquayln Crawford: TFB was the first to report Rockdale (TX) ATH Jaquayln Crawford was taking his first visit to Oklahoma this weekend. For awhile now it had been Texas and TCU at the top of his list, but recently Oklahoma and Texas A&M have been recruiting him much harder than they did in the past.

As I reported last week, Crawford told me that the fact Texas already has a slot WR committed in Justin Watkins was playing a role in his recruitment. That could give a school like OU an opportunity to come in and land Crawford. That looks like it couldn’t happen as of right now as it sounds like OU made a big impression on Crawford, and don’t currently have a slot WR committed.

Now if Crawford picks the Sooners, as he plans to commit this summer, that would shake up the Jaylen Waddle recruitment yet again. Recruiting changes everyday, so we will continue to watch this one. – (Andrew)

– Malcolm Epps: It looks like Dekaney (TX) TE Malcolm Epps has set another Texas visit.

I feel good in saying that Texas leads for Epps, he plays 7on7 with QB commit Casey Thompson. Texas and Texas A&M were neck neck for awhile but the Longhorns seemed to have pulled out front. Both schools have offered him a possible shot to play basketball as well, which is big to him. – (Andrew)

– Texas Mini-Camp: Texas will hold their first mini camp this weekend under Tom Herman. There will be a lot of 2019 recruits there looking to earn an offer from Texas, as well as some 2018 recruits and even younger guys. A few names that have confirmed they plan to be there are TE Bralen Taylor, TAMU DB commit Jordan Moore, and 2019 ATH Jordan Whittington. We will continue to add names to the list this week.

– BJ Foster: We’ve reported for awhile that 5-star S BJ Foster plans to make his commitment this summer, well it looks like we have a date. Texas is sitting pretty here…

– DeMarvion Leal: Texas also extended a 2019 offer this afternoon to Converse Judson (TX) DL DeMarvion Leal.

Leal is a big time prospect and holds offers from Alabama, Oklahoma, Texas A&M, and some others already.