5-Star Oregon WR commit visiting Texas today

Texas gets 2025 visits underway in June with an elite out-of-state wide receiver recruit who is committed to the Oregon Ducks.
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With official visits set to begin for Texas football on the recruiting trail this upcoming weekend, head coach Steve Sarkisian and staff are preparing to host top priority targets in the 2025 class on campus for the next few weeks.

Texas football hosting 5-Star Oregon WR commit Dallas Wilson for a June 5 unofficial visit

Headlines are picking up for the Longhorns on the recruiting trail in the 2025 class before the first weekend of official visits gets underway on June 7, though. Sarkisian and staff are hosting an unofficial visitor that they've been chipping away at for many months now who's committed to a Big Ten school.

On Texas Football's Gerry Hamilton reported on June 4 that the Longhorns will host the elite five-star Tampa Bay Tech (FL) wide receiver and Oregon Ducks commit Dallas Wilson on Wednesday. Wilson is scheduled to take one-day unofficial trip to Texas on June 5. And it sounds like an official visit could be on the table if the unofficial goes well today for Wilson.

Texas wide receivers coach Chris Jackson has been in consistent communication with Wilson since last fall when the Longhorns extended the Oregon commit a scholarship offer. This will be the first time Wilson has visited Texas unofficially since the start of the offseason.

Jackson and Jeff Banks visited Tampa Bay Tech High School last month during the spring evaluation period to watch Wilson practice.

Wilson is currently scheduled to officially visit the Miami Hurricanes (June 7), Florida Gators (June 14), and Oregon (June 21) this month. He's also looking at visits to see the Florida State Seminoles, Clemson Tigers, and UCF Knights late in the summer or in the fall.

Texas is one of many schools chipping away at Wilson's commitment to Oregon entering summer visits. Oregon reportedly faces an uphill battle to keep Wilson committed through the fall until signing day in December.

The 6-foot-3 and 195-pound wideout from Tampa, FL, ranks as the No. 24 prospect nationally in the 2025 class in the 247Sports Composite, No. 5 wide receiver, and No. 4 from Florida.

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