5 key Texas recruits impressed by Longhorn City Limits

Texas football had one of its biggest visit weekends of spring practice for Longhorn City Limits on April 6.
Steve Sarkisian, Texas football
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Dakorien Moore, WR (LSU commit)

Probably the highest-profile unofficial visit on campus this weekend for Longhorn City Limits in the 2025 class was the elite five-star Duncanville wide receiver and LSU Tigers commit Dakorien Moore.

The No. 1 wide receiver recruit in the nation in the 2025 class in the 247Sports Composite and On3 Industry Ranking made the first of two unofficial trips he's expected to take to Texas this spring. He made it to campus for two days this weekend and is expected to be in Austin for the Orange-White game at DKR on April 20.

Moore raved about the experience at Texas to see the practice and first scrimmage of spring ball on Saturday. Mike Roach of 247Sports reported on April 7 (paid content) that Moore thought the "highlight" of the visit was "the whole practice".

He loved getting to see some of these top receiver weapons in Texas's offense work with Sarkisian and wide receivers coach Chris Jackson during the scrimmage on April 6.

It's big that Moore decided to stay for a second day at Texas to spend time with Sarkisian on Sunday. Sarkisian and Moore reportedly talked about football and track among other topics on April 7.

Kaliq Lockett, WR

Another elite wide receiver recruit who visited Texas this weekend was Sacshe (TX) five-star Kaliq Lockett. Texas has heavily prioritized Lockett's recruitment this spring as one of the top in-state wide receiver targets in the 2025 class.

Lockett made his first unofficial trip to Austin of the offseason for Longhorn City Limits this weekend. Texas had a ton of star power on campus this weekend among elite 2025 wide receivers, including Moore, Lockett, and former Alabama five-star commit Jaime Ffrench.

Lockett enjoyed getting to spend time with and watch the Texas wide receiver during the spring scrimmage on Saturday. He reportedly thought the whole experience was "awesome" and "loved the visit".

Texas is one of Lockett's top schools entering the summer, along with the USC Trojans, Texas A&M Aggies, and LSU.