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Ship has sailed with TE Davis

DT amped for July 18 camp

Moore close to committing?

No invite for five-star?

Ship has sailed with TE Davis

There was a time many moons ago when four-star tight end Jordan Davis (Houston/Clear Lake), a Texas A&M commitment, was truthfully considering the Longhorns.

He'd visited a couple of times, which is normally a good thing for UT when it can get a recruit on campus. But it was actually his visit to Texas' spring game that signaled the beginning of the end for Texas' chances for the No. 3 TE in the country.

Why? Well it was there that Davis saw first hand what the Longhorns have to work with at quarterback (excluding Jerrod Heard, who was on the sidelines for that game observing the action).

Davis, the No. 118 recruit in the country, acknowledged that Texas was still recruiting him. But he said he had no interest in UT at this point.

"Texas has no QB."

"Texas has no QB," he said.

When asked if UT would still be in the mix if it "had a quarterback" in place, Davis responded, "If it was earlier in my recruitment, possibly."

DT amped for July 18 camp

One would have to assume that Texas defensive line coach Chris Rumph would be elated if the Longhorns ended up with some combination of Du'Vonta Lampkin, Darrion Daniels, and Daron Payne to go along with commitment Charles Omenihu and whoever else they could add at DE in 2015.

But there's plenty of uncertainty surrounding those interior linemen and their prospects for ending up in Austin (Lampkin has Texas No. 1 but he is a one-time OU commitment).

That said, Texas is going to have to keep an eye out for other possibilities at DT. One name to know is two-star Josh Uluocha (Stafford, Texas), who would love nothing more than to receive an offer from UT.

"Right now Texas is my No. 1 and has been my No. 1 since the spring game," he said.

Uluocha (6-foot-2, 270 pounds) wasn't able to make either June mini camp but he's been in touch with UT's staff and will be in attendance for the camp on July 18.

"I wasn't able to make it to either of the June mini camps so I gave Coach [Tommie] Robinson about a week ago and he said that it was very important for me to be at the camp," he said. "So I told him I'd be there."

Uluocha will treat this camp like a Friday night football game because he knows it could be do-or-die as far as getting an offer from the Longhorns is concerned.

"This is probably the most important thing I've done in my whole life."

"No doubt. This is probably the most important thing I've done in my whole life," he said. "I'm going to treat it like a game. I'm going to go in there focused, handle business and do my thing."

If it doesn't work out between he and Texas, Uluocha does have offers from Army, Texas State and UTSA to fall back on. Make no mistake, though, he is waiting on that Longhorns offer.

"It would be huge," he said.

What kind of player will the Longhorns see on July 18?

"A very quick-twitched, fast at the line, get up and get off the ball type." He said. "I use my hands a lot. I've got fast feet and good instincts. I use power a lot. I'm not so much a fineness guy.

Moore close to committing?

It could be something and absolutely could be nothing at all but I caught up with Tyler Moore (Galena Park, Texas/North Shore) over the weekend to see if he'd heard from Oklahoma since the Longhorns offered.

He has not.

"I'm still waiting but I'm not far from committing either."

When asked if he was going to wait on OU to come around or if he was inching closer to committing to UT, Moore said, "I'm still waiting but I'm not far from committing either."

If you go back to when Texas offered Moore, he spoke about his desire to receive offers from Oklahoma, which was a childhood favorite of his along with Texas.

"Pretty much OU, I foresee an offer coming from them," he said at the time. "I have a lot of family up there. They are my top two schools. I am waiting on OU to pull the trigger. If they don't then Texas it is unless there is a third party school that comes in a sweeps me off my feet. My recruitment is wide open."

In addition to Texas, Moore, the No. 7 center in the country, also has offers from Colorado, Illinois, Louisiana Tech, Minnesota, New Mexico, North Texas, Oregon State, and Texas State.

No invite for five-star?

I touched base with Edward Moses, the father of 2017 five-star LSU commitment Dylan Moses, to see if his son would be in Austin for the July 18 camp. He said his son hasn't been invited.

Asked if they'd make it down if he was offered, and Edward said he wasn't sure because they might be on the East Coast.

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