Gresham Decommits From Texas

Fort Worth All Saints running back Daniel Gresham is no longer a member of Texas's 2014 recruiting class after decommitting this week.

A 235-pound running back/fullback hybrid, Gresham was the fourth player to give a verbal pledge to the Longhorns, committing to Texas last August. But while Gresham,'s No. 2 fullback, wasn't considered especially solid, especially after taking a visit to Ohio State earlier this year.

Texas now has 13 commitments in the 2014 class.

Gresham's decommitment wasn't much of a surprise, as many expected him to quickly follow Fort Worth All Saints teammate Demetrius Knox, who decommitted last month. Best friends, Gresham and Knox have expressed a desire to play together at the next level.

Gresham's decommitment leaves the Longhorns with just one running back committed for 2014, Houston Eisenhower's Donald Catalon. Texas has extended offers to 12 running backs in the class.

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