The Texas Longhorns have signed their 12th signing of the day with the signing of Jake Oliver. The Dallas Jesuit product was ranked as a 4 star by Rivals and 247 Sports.
Jake Oliver committed to the Texas Longhorns on February 15th, 2012. Jake chose the Texas Longhorns over offers from Arkansas, Baylor, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Texas A&M and LSU among others. Although compiling an impressive offer list, the Texas Longhorns were his favorite for a long time. Even with his father being an Aggie legacy and Texas A&M having an amazing season, he never wavered from his commitment to the Longhorns.
Jake Oliver finished his Texas high school career with 308 catches, 4,567 yards and 56 touchdowns. Jake Oliver broke the Texas high school reception record held by Jordan Shipley. The anticipation is that Jake Oliver might contribute as a true freshman but with many receivers already on this Texas Longhorns team, it might be wise to redshirt his talents and save him for the 2014 season.
The Texas Longhorns are anticipating the signatures of 13 men today to go along with 17 total signees for the 2012 Football Recruiting Class.
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