Texas Football: Longhorns send out early offer to talented 2023 WR

A great sight for the 2023 Texas football recruiting class saw an offer sent to skilled Westlake wide receiver Jaden Greathouse.

It is a thought that seems far away right now, but getting in early on the best of prospects for the 2023 Texas football recruiting class is still an important looming task for head coach Tom Herman. And the most recent offer that Texas sent out to a 2023 high school prospect went to a recruit right in their backyard, Westlake wide receiver Jaden Greathouse.

This offer from the Texas Longhorns football program for their 2023 recruiting class could be a big one. The 6-foot-3 and 200 pound Austin, TX, native Greathouse has a lot of potential, and he already contributed to one run through the Texas High School State Playoffs for Westlake during his freshman season in 2019.

Greathouse has yet to receive his recruiting ranking from any of the major websites/outlets. But he is starting to receive a lot of attention from Big 12 programs. He’s got the Baylor Bears, Oklahoma Sooners, and now the Longhorns on an offer sheet that should grow this offseason.

The offer from Texas was received by Greathouse and announced his Twitter timeline on March 25. He also received his offer from Oklahoma on March 24, and from Baylor on Jan. 27. He’s starting to get the momentum rolling in his recruitment from Big 12 schools rather fast.

Moreover, Greathouse had about as productive of a freshman season in high school as you’ll find from any wide receiver/tight end of his grade level. He raked in 47 receptions for 715 yards and 10 touchdowns during his freshman season.

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Greathouse already started to rack up the accolades in 2019. He was the District 25-6A Co-Offensive Newcomer of the Year as a freshman, at Westlake last season. He’s one of three 2023 prospects to receive an offer from Texas thus far. The other two include University School wide receiver Brandon Inniss and El Campo running back Rueben Owens.

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