4 Texas official visitors on commitment watch this weekend

Texas has a good outlook with some of its top-rated official visitors for this weekend.
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The final big official visit weekend of the month of June is on tap today for Texas football and head coach Steve Sarkisian. Texas hosts at least 17 official visitors from June 21-23, including some of the top priority recruits for Sarkisian and staff in the 2025 class this summer.

Texas football pushing for multiple commitments during the final big June official visit weekend

This is not only the biggest group of official visitors the Longhorns are hosting early this summer but also the most blue-chip recruits. Texas also hosts seven commitments in the 2025 class for official visits this weekend if you include preferred walk-on defensive line commit from Cedar Hill (TX) Isaiah Coleman.

Since the dead period begins June 25, most of the recruits on campus this weekend will be making their last visits before preseason camp begins for college and high school football around the country in a couple of months. Getting the final visit before many of these recruits in the 2025 class make their decisions before the start of their senior seasons is huge.

There's a good chance that the Longhorns are able to start shutting down some of these recruitments for the official visitors on campus this weekend. Here are three June 21-23 official visitors on commitment watch for Texas.

Aidan Anding, CB

Texas's top uncommitted out-of-state cornerback target in the 2025 class who is officially visiting this weekend is Ruston (LA) three-star Aidan Anding. Terry Joseph and the Longhorns are looking to get yet another defensive back commitment out of Louisiana with Anding as an underrated DB prospect in the 2025 class.

The Longhorns have already landed one commitment from Louisiana in the 2025 class, four-star Shreveport (LA) Calvary Baptist running back James Simon.

Texas made a great impression on Anding during his unofficial visit to Texas during spring practice in April. He's been high on Texas ever since. The main competition for the Longhorns in this recruitment are the Miami Hurricanes and Arkansas Razorbacks.

If Texas hits a home run with Anding during his official visit in Austin this weekend, I think there's a great chance he ends up in the Longhorns' class in the coming days/weeks.