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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Jordan Clay, WR

The highest-rated wide receiver offer for the Longhorns in the 2026 class coming out of the Elite Camp on June 1 was the highly touted San Antonio (TX) James Madison four-star Jordan Clay. The 6-foot-3 and 195-pound wideout from San Antonio is a top 10 prospect in the state in the 2026 class in the 247Sports Composite early in the cycle.

Horns247 reported on June 2 (paid content) that Texas was the "dream offer" for Clay. He waited for that offer from the Longhorns during visits to Texas, most recently for the spring game at DKR on April 20.

It sounds like Texas could be considered the immediate leader in Clay's recruitment after the offer was extended on June 1. He's also considering the Arizona State Sun Devils, Baylor Bears, Notre Dame Fighting Irish, and Texas A&M to round out his top five schools entering the rest of his summer visits.

Clay is the type of speedy and elusive wide receiver with a diverse route tree that Sarkisian likes in his offensive scheme. He can play multiple spots at wideout with his 6-foot-3 frame, impressive speed, and acceleration off the jump at the start of his routes.

On Texas Football's Gerry Hamilton reported on June 2 that Clay was the best route runner among the wideouts working out at the Texas Elite Camp this weekend.

Texas will be a major player in this recruitment moving forward as Clay is one of the top-ranked wide receivers in the state in the 2026 class according to all the major recruiting services.

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