4 Elite Camp visitors who could commit to Texas this weekend

Texas is in a spot to potentially get a QB commit in the 2026 recruiting class on June 1 or 2.
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The summer visit season begins this weekend for Texas football and head coach Steve Sarkisian for the annual Texas Elite Camp. Sarkisian and staff will welcome multiple dozen visiting recruits from the 2026 and 2027 classes to work out during the Texas Elite Camp on June 1.

Can Texas football secure any commitments in the 2026 class during the Elite Camp?

The Texas Elite Camp was eventful for the Longhorns last offseason. Texas landed its first commitment in the 2025 recruiting class during the Elite Camp last June, four-star Saraland (AL) quarterback KJ Lacey.

Summer official visits are kicked off by the Texas Elite Camp this weekend, namely for the 2026 and 2027 recruiting classes. Then, the Longhorns will host its top targets in the 2025 class for official visits during the next three weekends in June.

There's a decent chance that the Longhorns could get a commitment or two during the Elite Camp this weekend, if this visit weekends plays out anything like it did last year. Here are four visiting 2026 recruits the Longhorns could land during the Elite Camp on June 1.

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Texas has already made a big impression on the touted four-star Missouri City (TX) Fort Bend Marshall safety Isaiah Williams early in his recruiting process. Williams has great relationships with the Texas coaches and likes what he's seeing regarding the direction of the Longhorns program under Sarkisian.

He told On3's Chad Simmons earlier this month that his top three schools entering summer visits are the Oklahoma Sooners, Texas A&M Aggies, and Texas.

Williams is making his first return trip to Austin for the Texas Elite Camp since he made the trip for the first big Junior Day of the offseason on Jan. 20. He is definitely a name to watch among the defensive recruits working out during the Elite Camp this weekend.

Safeties coach Blake Gideon and the Longhorns have made Williams one of their top in-state defensive back priorities early on in the 2026 cycle.