D'Onta Foreman Completes Package Deal

All along, Armanti Foreman and D'Onta Foreman said they wanted to play together in college. Now, the duo will get their wish. The duo announced their commitment to the Longhorns, giving Texas 21 commitments in the 2014 class.

D'Onta Foreman didn't get quite as many offers, but he earned his Texas offer by turning in a great performance at the Longhorns' camp. Obviously, there's only so much you can tell about a running back in a non-padded situation, but Foreman showed up at 217 pounds and ran a 4.44-second 40-yard dash, while performing well in drills.

Of course, all that did was back up his on-field performance from a year ago, when he rushed for over 1,000 yards and 16 touchdowns, averaging 10.2 yards per carry while also finishing as a second-team All-District player at linebacker. The Longhorns were looking for a bigger back to pair with early commitment Donald Catalon of Houston Eisenhower, and Foreman fits the bill.

He picked Texas over offers from Illinois, Washington State, Houston, Texas State and Texas-San Antonio. Scout.com has him ranked as the No. 72 running back in the class and a three-star prospect.

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