1) Patrick Vahe, 2015 OL, Euless Trinity
Texas has put together the start of an outstanding offensive line class in 2015, including the consensus No. 1 lineman in-state in Maea Teuhema. Vahe may be the consensus No. 2, a mobile and nasty guard who fits perfectly into what the Longhorns love to do offensively. He was set to make his commitment earlier this week … so it shouldn't be a surprise if he elects to make his decision, and commit to the favored Longhorns, on his Texas visit.
2) Sotonye Jamabo, 2015 RB, Plano West
A top Texas target at the running back position, Jamabo recently visited Texas A&M and said the Aggies were at or near the top with the Longhorns. Those are big words from a guy that wore burnt orange on his A&M visit. I think Texas is still in the driver's seat here, and getting him back to the 40 Acres so quickly after his visit to College Station is a great move. Also keep an eye on fellow running back Jay Bradford of Splendora. Texas was the first major school to extend an offer to the blistering-fast back, and he'd make a great complement to Jamabo, should Texas get both players.
3) DaMarkus Lodge, 2015 WR, Cedar Hill
WIth Texas taking such a big receiver class in 2014, there's limited room on the bus for 2015 wideouts. Right now, it looks largely like a "Lodge, Kemah Siverand and shut it down" type of class (that's not counting Keke Coutee, who's already committed). That's the best-case scenario, and Texas has done such a great job recruiting Lodge that the Longhorns have made up, and then some, a ton of ground on a player who was once considered an Aggie lean. Could Texas pull in one of the top playmakers in the state?