Galitz found himself in a head-to-head competition with Blake Johnson (Los Alamitos, Ca./Los Alamitos) and came away feeling confident with his performance.
"I punted for about an hour, me and Blake Johnson, we punted in front of Coach [Charlie] Strong and Coach [Chris] Vaughn," he said. "I did really good. I got there about 1:30 p.m. and then went and hung out with [Texas kicker] Nick Rose. He said Texas was a great place, and I honestly knew that from the past times I've been there."
Galitz got to see what Texas was all about during its Orange-White scrimmage and hears about it every day from Omenihu. But this time was different because he was kicking in front of UT's staff. True to kicker form, nerves didn't play a factor.
"No I don't think so," he said. "I've done it before. It's just that you have to focus on muscle memory, focus on ball. You can't let emotions get to you. You just have to relax and kick the ball like you are used to."
Galitz wouldn't say if either got the best of the other, but that "We basically hit the same ball every time."
So what's next?
"They said they would get back to both of us and let us know who they would offer," he said. "They said they would offer a punter and that we were their top guys."
Galitz already has an offer from Miami but getting one from the Longhorns could put an end to his recruitment.
"It would mean a lot," he said. "I don't know if I'd say I'd commit on the spot but it's one of my top schools I want to go to. But it's something I'll have to talk to my parents about."
He'll visit Miami this weekend and camp at Texas A&M on June 9.