Texas Football: Predicting Longhorns next 2024 commit after Nate Kibble

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Texas football picked up its seventh commitment in the 2024 recruiting class, and the second in as many days this weekend, with four-star Humble (TX) Atascocita interior offensive lineman Nate Kibble. Offensive line coach/offensive coordinator Kyle Flood picked up his first commitment in the 2024 class coming out of Kibble’s official visit to Austin this weekend (specifically on the evening June 25).

The other blue-chip recruit that head coach Steve Sarkisian and the Longhorns staff picked up this weekend in the 2024 class is the elite five-star IMG Academy running back Jerrick Gibson. The nation’s No. 1 rated running back recruit in the 2024 class (according to ESPN) gave the Longhorns its highest-rated commit so far when he announced his commitment on June 24.

All told, the Longhorns have picked up five blue-chip commitments in the last seven days to round out this massive two-week stretch of official visit weekends. And we expect more to be on the way in the coming weeks, with July as the month to watch for the 2024 class to explode in numbers and talent.

Who will be next to commit to Texas football in the 2024 class after 4-Star IOL Nate Kibble?

With that in mind, here’s a look at a prediction of the next to commit for the Longhorns in the 2024 class after nabbing Kibble on June 25.

Parker Livingstone, WR

An important upcoming decision to watch for the Longhorns on the recruiting trail in the 2024 class is the touted four-star Lucas (TX) Lovejoy wide receiver, Parker Livingstone. After a successful official visit last weekend, Livingstone is expected to commit to this class when he announces on July 1.

After making official visits to Columbia, SC, to see the South Carolina Gamecocks on June 2 and to Austin to see the Longhorns last weekend, Livingstone is considered a heavy Texas lean.

I expect Livingstone to be the second wide receiver to commit to the Longhorns 2024 class when he announces next weekend.