Texas Football: Predicting Longhorns next commit after Brandon Baker

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Ryan Wingo, WR

On the offensive side of the ball, Texas’ top out-of-state priority recruit in the 2024 class is the elite five-star St. Louis University (MO) wide receiver, Ryan Wingo. The No. 2 wide receiver recruit in the nation in the 2024 class in the 247Sports Composite is considering the Mizzou Tigers, Texas, and Colorado Buffaloes at this point of the cycle.

Wingo had a great visit to Texas on Sep. 16 for the Week 3 win under the lights in primetime at DKR over the Wyoming Cowboys. He and his family spent time with Sark and wide receivers coach Chris Jackson during their visit to Austin a couple of weekends ago.

Colorado is trying to make a big late move in this recruitment. Wingo is scheduled to officially visit Colorado for the Buffs’ matchup in Boulder on Sep. 30 against head coach Lincoln Riley and the No. 8 USC Trojans.

Wingo also visited Mizzou for their matchup in St. Louis last weekend against the Memphis Tigers. Mizzou is considered to be Texas’ biggest competition in the race to land a commitment from Wingo this fall.

If Texas continues to get the job done on the field this fall, the Longhorns will remain in a great spot to land Wingo. Word on the street is that Wingo will play in the SEC when it’s all said and done. And with how good the Texas passing game has looked against Power Five competition this fall, Wingo is very interested in what he could do in this offense.

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