Daily Dose

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Today we'll look at three recruits that could end up with offers after their camp performances on Sunday.

2016 DB Malik Antoine (Baton Rouge, La./University Lab)

The Longhorns are in good position with this 6-foot, 180-pound defensive back, who could turn into one heck of a safety prospect down the line.

Antoine, who came to Texas' camp with teammate, 2017 five-star LSU commitment Dylan Moses, said he played really well in front of the coaches and thought that an offer could come soon. He said they'd talk at some point this week.

Antoine stock is only going to go up so it would be wise for the Longhorns to get in on him early. He's clearly interested in UT since this was his third visit already this year.

He lifted University Lab to the state finals last year where the Cubs lost to nationally ranked John Curtis in the Superdome. He's the teammate of Florida DB commit Tre Jackson and four-star LSU RB pledge Nicholas Brossette, who has a UT offer.

2015 K Andrew Galitz (Rowlett, Texas)

It seems for now that Galitz has a 50-50 chance at landing a Texas offer.

He and California kicker Blake Johnson punted in front of Charlie Strong and special teams coach Chris Vaughn for an hour on Sunday, and it seems like the Longhorns will offer one of them.

Johnson might have the better leg for a punter but Galitz' ability to kick field goals as well could give him the slight edge. Not to mention he's the teammate of 2015 UT DE pledge Charles Omenihu.

Galitz told HornsDigest that he should hear something back from the Longhorns this week. He has a Miami offer already and will camp with the Hurricanes this weekend. He'll then go to Texas A&M for a camp on June 9.

2015 DB Ashton Preston (Edmond, Okla./Santa Fe)

When I asked Antoine who stood out to him the most on offense from Sunday he didn't name any wide receivers, but he did mention Preston's name as a player that stood out to him on defense.

Preston told HornsDigest months ago that he would prove to people that he was one of the best corners in 2015 when he camped at UT, and may have done that with his performance.

Will it be enough to land him an offer? It might be a bit of a stretch at this point but it could happen eventually depending on how Texas comes out with its top DB prospects.

Ashton has let his interest be known in UT with this recent visit and then his trip to Texas for its spring game. He doesn't have any offers right now but is receiving interest from some big time programs.

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