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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Zion Robinson, WR

Multiple wide receiver offers were extended by the Longhorns in the 2026 class during the Elite Camp this weekend. Of the three wide receivers in the 2026 class that Texas offered at the Elite Camp on June 1, the one with the bigger frame is the 6-foot-4 and 170-pound Mansfield (TX) product Zion Robinson.

Robinson excels as a multi-sport athlete in football, basketball, and track and field at Mansfield High School. His athleticism really jumps off the screen at you when you watch his film for football and basketball.

Only a handful of power conference schools have extended offers to Robinson. Texas joined the Michigan Wolverines, Ole Miss Rebels, Houston Cougars, and Texas Tech among the power schools that have offered Robinson.

Like Best, Robinson caught the attention of the Texas coaches when they visited him at Mansfield High School during the spring evaluation period this offseason. His speed at his size and ability to bring down those tough contested 50/50 balls is what sets him apart in a good-looking 2026 wide receiver class in the state of Texas.

Robinson's strong hands, good verticality, and body control also make him a special prospect and a potent fit in Sarkisian's offense at boundary receiver.