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  1. Denton Ryan faced crosstown rival Denton Guyer on Friday night in a matchup of perennial state high school football programs. In a slugfest, Denton Guyer (2-0) came out on top in OT 14-7 to defeat the Raiders (1-1). HornSports photographer Michael Horbovetz was on-hand for the game and captured images of 4 ️ Texas commit Austin Jordan (see below).
  2. Bo Davis and the Texas Longhorns bolstered the defensive line on Monday, as 4-star defensive line prospect Jaray Bledsoe committed to the Longhorns. Bledsoe is 6-5 and weighs 275 lbs. and played both running back and on the defensive line at Bremond High School last season (Bremond, TX). He transferred to Marlin High School (Marlin, TX) for his senior season but will ultimately be unable to play for the Bulldogs this year as he was ruled ineligible due to the transfer. He took his official visit to Austin in mid-June, two weeks after his official visit to College Station. Bledsoe followed up his OV to Texas with an unofficial to Aggieland. Bledsoe's services were in high demand, but he ultimately chose the longhorns over Texas A&M, Alabama, Florida, LSU, Oklahoma and Oregon among others. His commitment vaults the Longhorns to #7 in the 247Sports Team Rankings. He becomes the 19th commit in the Class of 2022 and joins Kristopher Ross (Texarkana, TX), Aaron Bryant (Southaven, MS) and Zac Swanson (Brophy College Preparatory, Phoenix, AZ) as defensive line commits for the Longhorns.
  3. Pics of Mater Dei LB and Texas Commit Eoghan Kerry from the Duncanville game.
  4. Steve Sarkisian and the Texas Longhorns received their first commitment in more than two weeks, when 4-star target Derrick Brown announced his commitment inside Darrell K. Royal - Texas Memorial Stadium. Brown, a 6-3, 210 lb. standout defensive end at Texas High in Texarkana (Texas), chose the Longhorns over Baylor after narrowing his Top-2 earlier in July. He held offers from more than 30 programs including Texas A&M, TCU, Oklahoma State, Arkansas and Houston among others. Brown visited Austin the first weekend in June and made it public two weeks later that he would be committing on July 20th. That date was backed up to July 30th, which happened to coincide with Texas hosting a weekend barbecue and pool bash on The 40 Acres. He is ranked as the 46th best player in the state and the 16th best EDGE in the country according to the 247Sports Composite Rankings. His commitment is the 15th for the Longhorns and propels the Longhorns to eleventh best class in the Class of 2022.
  5. Warren Easton (New Orleans, LA) cornerback Ronald "Champ" Lewis committed to the Colorado Buffaloes in early June and thought he would spend his collegiate career in Boulder. He attended a Texas camp this summer and received an offer from the Longhorns on Wednesday, almost two months later. The 6-1, 170 lb. 3-star prospect decommitted from the Buffaloes after receiving the offer and committed to Texas the very next day. Lewis won't be the lone Easton player on the roster in Austin, as he will join Casey Cain who is a freshman wide receiver for the Longhorns. He is a track and field athlete as well, specializing in the hurdles - and he has the speed and athleticism to play both corner and safety. Lewis is ranked as the 39th best player in the state of Louisiana, the 79th best cornerback in the country and the 862nd best player in the nation according to the 247 Sports Composite Rankings. He held offers from Louisiana, Purdue, West Virginia, Oregon State, Colorado and Kansas among others. He becomes the 17th commit for the Texas Class of 2022.
  6. Just days after receiving an offer from Steve Sarkisian and staff, 3-star prospect Eoghan Kerry pledged his commitment to the Texas Longhorns. Kerry, a 6-3, 225 lb. outside linebacker from Mater Dei High School (Santa Ana, CA) was offered on July 31st and subsequently named his top five schools on Tuesday night. A half day later, he made his intentions to become a Longhorn solid via social media. Kerry is ranked as the 45th best player in the state of California, the 61st best linebacker in the country and the 587th best player nationally according to the 247 Sports Composite Rankings. Texas beat out UCLA, Arizona, Colorado and Howard for his services. Kerry becomes the 16th recruit in the Longhorns' Class of 2022
  7. Steve Sarkisian's recruiting efforts took a hit on Thursday morning as Rueben Owens (El Campo, El Campo, TX), a 5-star prospect and the team's lone pledge in the 2023 Class, announced his decommitment via Twitter. Owens, a 5-11, 185 lb. running back, is ranked as the second best running back in the country, the fourth best player in the state of Texas and the 24th best player in the country according to the 247Sports Composite Rankings. He holds offers from more than 25 schools, including Alabama, Oklahoma, Georgia, Florida, LSU and Texas A&M. While the Longhorns are still in the mix for Owens, he has decided to take things slower and soak in the recruiting process before making his final decision. Full statement from Owens: "I am beyond thankful for all the love and support from the Texas Longhorn coaching staff, fanbase and recruiting media. There is a lot to carefully evaluate especially this early & now I see that, although the Univ of Texas will still be one of the programs I consider, I am officially decommitting & reopening my recruiting campaign. I would like to thank everyone for their continued support during this process, we only get one shot at this decision & I would like to make sure it's the best fir for me & my future when I decide. Thanks for everything Longhorn nation during the time of my commitment. #HookEm."
  8. Texas Longhorns head coach Steve Sarkisian bolstered his special teams unit for the next several years, securing a commitment from local kicking product Will Stone. Stone, who attends Regents High School of Austin, is regarded as one of the best kickers in the nation for the Class of 2022. Kohl's Professional Camps had this to say about Stone: Stone becomes the 11th commit in the team's 2022 recruiting class, and the second specialist in that group. Last week special teams coordinator Jeff Banks added long-snapper Lance St. Louis (Williams Field, Gilbert, AZ).

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