2 rival programs trying to flip Texas football DL commit Dylan Spencer

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One of the longest-tenured commitments to the 2023 Texas football recruiting class, four-star Houston C.E. King defensive lineman Dylan Spencer, seems to be exploring all the options available to him ahead of the Early Signing Period in a couple of weeks. Spencer is taking a couple of visits to competing schools with Texas on the recruiting trail in the last few weeks which led to some questions being asked regarding the status of his commitment to this 2023 class.

Spencer has remained committed to the Longhorns 2023 class since mid-March 2022. And he has remained firm on his commitment to Texas since early in the summer last offseason.

But Spencer has taken some visits to other competing schools on the recruiting trail that are trying to flip his commitment from Texas ahead of early signing day (which begins on Dec. 10).

Competing in-state schools pushing to flip 4-Star DL Dylan Spencer from Texas football

According to a report from Mike Roach of Horns247 on Dec. 10 (paid content), Spencer took visits to a couple of other in-state schools in the last few weeks that started to generate some buzz regarding the potential for him to flip his commitment from Texas.

Defensive line coach Bo Davis reportedly was able to smooth everything over recently with Spencer and his camp. But it looks like another visit was taken this week to an in-state school close to home for Spencer that keeps generating some discussion that he could flip ahead of early signing day.

With that in mind, here’s a look at the two in-state foes that are trying to push Spencer to flip his commitment from Texas.