3 elite 2025 priority recruits Texas can land in April

Texas football will start a big month of recruiting visits on April 4, 5, and 6.
Andrew Marsh
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Andrew Marsh, WR

Two of the in-state wide receiver priority recruits who have received the most attention from a Texas perspective in the last couple of months are five-star LSU Tigers commit Dakorien Moore and high-four-star Andrew Marsh.

The elite Duncanville star Moore has remained the Longhorns' top flip priority in the 2025 class on the recruiting trail for the last six months at least. Moore will be on campus for a very important spring unofficial visit to Texas on April 6.

Marsh has already been on campus once to see the Longhorns in spring practice last week. He saw Texas's Monday spring practice last week, along with four-star cornerback target Cobey Sellers. That was an all-day visit for Marsh where he got to see the team meetings, the full spring practice, and speak with multiple Texas coaches during his time on campus on April 1.

That was the first of two visits Marsh is scheduled to take unofficially to Austin this spring. He's also scheduled for a trip to Texas for the Orange-White Game at DKR on April 20.

Marsh is clearly a priority for Sarkisian, Jackson, and the Longhorns on the recruiting trail this offseason. He reportedly speaks to Sarkisian weekly.

This spring, Marsh still has visits scheduled to see the Colorado Buffaloes, Kentucky Wildcats, Washington Huskies, and Texas A&M. The three official visits he has scheduled are to USC (June 7), Texas (June 14), and Oklahoma (June 21).

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