Texas Football: Predicting Longhorns’ next commit after Christian Clark

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Parker Livingstone, WR

Another skilled receiver/tight end recruit for the Longhorns in the 2024 class that is set to announce early next month is the touted four-star Lucas (TX) Lovejoy wide receiver, Parker Livingstone. The 6-foot-4 and 175-pound boundary receiver out of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex is set for a July 1 decision date.

Livingstone has long remained a Texas lean. And that doesn’t look like it will change heading into his official visit weekend to Austin, starting June 23.

Despite a late push from the South Carolina Gamecocks in the last few months, Texas has overwhelming momentum in this recruitment. I’ve long thought that the Longhorns would be the destination for Livingstone, assuming he had a spot in this class at the wide receiver position.

From all we hear lately, nothing would contradict Livingstone having a spot in this class. Texas should be able to wrap up this recruitment this weekend when Livingstone makes the official trip to Austin from June 23-25.

Assuming Texas can snag a commitment from Livingstone when he publicly announces his pledge on July 1, he would be the second wide receiver in the 2024 class, along with four-star Spring Branch (TX) Smithson Valley product Freddie Dubose Jr. That would likely open one more spot in the 2024 class for new wide receivers coach Chris Jackson and the Longhorns to add another wideout to the mix.