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Report: Houston Heights CB Jalen Green To Visit Texas

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Per Horns247 Houston Heights four star cornerback Jalen Green will make an unofficial visit to Texas next week. Green had previously stated to HornSports he was working on making a solo visit to Texas, but had not nailed anything down.

 

Texas cornerbacks coach Jason Washington recently tweeted out that one of the top corners on the state would be making a visit to Austin, and now we have confirmation on who he was talking about.

 

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As things sit right now I think Cook is more likely, but they are going hard after Green and won't give up there.

Do you think Gemon Green is plan b if J. Green or Cook doesn't come? Is Jamison being looked at as a nickel?

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Do you think Gemon Green is plan b if J. Green or Cook doesn't come? Is Jamison being looked at as a nickel?

Not sure if Gemon is necessarily a plan B. With so many guys in play at DB the staff can go in a number of directions.

 

And yes I do think Jamison is being looked at as a nickel.

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if Texas wins on the field getting recruits will be easy sell especially with the upgrades to team areas. there are tons of talented DB`s available in state for DBU to recruit so Texas will not get them all but they need to sign 6 DB`s. 2017 will be year where we know if Boyd,Hill,Davis & Elliott are NFL caliber or not

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