The Longhorns have offered four-star cornerback Kary Vincent, Jr.

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The Longhorns were in an offering mood on Friday and that included extending one to four-star cornerback Kary Vincent, Jr.

If you've heard the name before it's because KVJr. is the son of formr Texas A&M wide receiver Kary Vincent.

The younger Vincent now has offers from UT, Baylor, Ole Miss, Missouri, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, TCU, Houston, SMU, and Vanderbilt. 

One noticeable absence from that list is the Aggies, which would surely become a factor if/when they offer. 

Vincent Jr. is one of five 2017 CBs with a Texas offer along with Deangelo Gibbs, Chevin Calloway, Stanford Samuels, and Justin Broiles. 

Evaluation

Vincent Jr. is a dynamic athlete with playmaking ability from his cornerback spot or in the return game. Sudden athleticism in both short-area burst and agility, as well as top-end speed. Turns and runs with receivers well. Great acceleration from a dead stop. Also possesses coveted trait of accelerating even more while already in flight. Excellent closing speed aided by ability to anticipate the ball. Dangerous in the return game because of aforementioned athletic traits and sudden cutback ability. Will need to build bulk and strength to prepare for next level, but a promising, high major-caliber cornerback talent with plenty of potential. - Gabe Brooks

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