Ryan Wingo, WR (UT commit)
Texas’ highest-rated wide receiver commit in the 2024 class, the elite St. Louis University (MO) five-star Ryan Wingo, has been locked in with the Longhorns since he gave his pledge a few couple of months ago. Wingo committed to Texas on Oct. 25 over the Mizzou Tigers. Since then, he has visited Texas for gamedays in Austin multiple times.
Most recently, he was on campus for Texas’s 50-point stomping of the Texas Tech Red Raiders in the regular season finale on Black Friday (Nov. 24). He was very engaged with the other Texas commits and recruits on campus for the Texas Tech game on Nov. 24.
Wingo was active on social media during Texas’s Big 12 Championship Game win over Oklahoma State on Dec. 2. He reacted to Texas making the Playoff on Dec. 3, showing the Horns up hand sign emoji on Instagram.
Taz Williams Jr., WR
Among the top in-state wide receiver priorities for the Longhorns in the 2025 class this fall is the highly touted Red Oak (TX) four-star Taz Williams Jr. The top 250-rated recruit nationally in the 2025 class in the 247Sports Composite told Horns247 that Texas “deserved to be” in the Playoff this year.
He was complimentary of how this team has played this fall, saying Texas has a “special team” that is “deep” and has a “great staff”. Williams mentioned that he thinks Texas can “win the whole thing” this season.