3 key Texas recruits visiting rival schools this weekend

Two more big official visit weekends remain for the dead period in late June.
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While the bulk of our focus for Texas football recruiting this weekend is on the 16 official visitors head coach Steve Sarkisian and staff are hosting in Austin, there are still other important 2025 targets visiting elsewhere. Texas's big SEC rivals on the recruiting trail are also hosting quite a few important official visitors over the next couple of days.

Texas football priority recruits making big official visits to SEC schools on June 14

Sarkisian and staff are locked in many high-stakes battles on the recruiting trail in the 2025 class with other big-time SEC programs this summer. SEC rivals, such as the Oklahoma Sooners, Texas A&M Aggies, and LSU Tigers, will continue to be the biggest threats to the Longhorns on the recruiting trail for now and in future cycles.

A handful of key Texas in-state recruits in the 2025 class are worth following throughout the weekend to see what their statuses are during official visits to rival schools in the SEC.

Here are three key priority recruits for the Longhorns who are visiting other schools officially around the country this weekend.

Michael Terry III, ATH

Texas and Texas A&M are expected to be two of the top schools for the No. 1 athlete recruit in the nation in the 2025 class in the 247Sports Composite and On3 Industry Ranking, Michael Terry III. Texas did a fantastic job making a very positive impression on Terry and his family during his official visit to Austin last weekend.

Texas pitched Terry to play at hybrid safety/linebacker on defense and tight end on offense during his official visit last weekend.

It's now Texas A&M's turn to take a swing at Terry's recruitment during his official visit to College Station from June 14-16. It will be telling to see what Terry says about his official visit to Texas A&M in the next few days to see where the Aggies want him to play positionally.