Scout 100 wide receiver Tren'Davian Dickson has de-committed from the Longhorns and flipped back to Baylor, a source tells HornsDigest.com.
The fact that Dickson has de-committed shouldn't come as a huge surprise given Texas' struggles in the passing game this season. The Longhorns are passing for only 152.7 yards per game, and have only thrown for over 100 yards once in their last five games.
Dickson was originially committed to Baylor but de-committed in part due to an unfamiliarity with new Bears wide receivers coach Tate Wallis.
He took an official visit to Oklahoma a few weeks ago and, per BearsIllustrated, reached out to Baylor's staff a few weeks ago.
With Dickson's de-commitment Texas is now left with nine commitments in 2016, which includes two four-star wide receivers in Collin Johnson and Reggie Hemphill-Mapps. The Longhorns will likely take at least one more wide receiver in this class.