Evaluating 4 new 2026 offers from the Texas Elite Camp

Which new offers stole the show at the Texas Elite Camp on June 1?
Steve Sarkisian, Texas football
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A busy weekend on the recruiting trail for Texas football during the Elite Camp on June 1 kicked off the summer visit season for head coach Steve Sarkisian and staff. Over this weekend, Sarkisian and staff handed out double-digit offers to rising targets for Texas in the 2026 and 2027 recruiting classes.

Loaded group of visiting recruits out for Texas football at the Elite Camp

Another offer was extended this weekend to an emerging in-state 2025 target on the recruiting trail, but that didn't come via the Elite Camp on June 1. Of the double-digit offers the Longhorns extended to recruits outside of the 2025 cycle, 10 went to 2026 prospects, and four went to 2027 prospects.

There is plenty to discuss regarding the visitors on campus this weekend for the Elite Camp. Between the quarterbacks that worked out at the Elite Camp on June 1, all the new offers extended, and the prospects who were impressed during the visit weekend, there is a lot to unpack.

Here's a breakdown of four of the key new 2026 offers the Longhorns extended during the Elite Camp this weekend.

Felix Ojo, OT

Texas extended a handful of new offers to 2026 offensive linemen who worked out at the Elite Camp this weekend. One of the biggest of that group of offensive linemen who received an offer from Texas in the 2026 class on June 1 was the 6-foot-7 and 285-pound four-star Mansfield (TX) Lake Ridge offensive tackle Felix Ojo.

Kyle Flood and the Longhorns officially threw their hat in the ring for Ojo's recruitment on June 1. The big offensive tackle recruit from the DFW Metroplex currently holds offers from 25 schools, including the Alabama Crimson Tide, Florida State Seminoles, Oklahoma Sooners, Tennessee Volunteers, and Texas A&M Aggies, among many other P5 schools.

Ojo is an athletic offensive tackle recruit who has the physical traits we've come to expect from the "big humans" Flood likes along the offensive line. He's got a lengthy wingspan, broad shoulders, and a lot of room to fill out his frame at 6-foot-7.

Beyond what Ojo brings to the table from the standpoint of his physical profile, he's also got good foot speed and quickness, plays with good balance, and uses his hands well at the point of attack in run blocking and pass pro.

After Texas extended the offer this weekend, watch out for the Longhorns to be a factor in his recruitment moving forward. He's already visited Texas twice this offseason, and loves what he's seen and heard from the staff so far.

Ojo also has visits to Oklahoma, Tennessee, Florida State, and Alabama, among others coming up this summer and early in the fall.