Predicting Texas's next 2025 commit after Coleman brothers

Who will be the next commit to bring Texas to double-digits in the 2025 class late this spring or early in the summer?
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Kelshaun Johnson, WR

Among the speedy in-state wide receiver targets head coach Steve Sarkisian and the Longhorns really like in the 2025 class, Hitchcock (TX) four-star Kelshaun Johnson is near the top of the list. Texas really likes the type of speed and elusiveness that the 5-foot-11 and 165-pound wideout from the Houston-area brings at the wide receiver position.

Johnson has visited Texas unofficially more than any other school since the start of the 2024 offseason. He visited multiple times during spring practice, including his most recent trip to Austin for the spring game at DKR on April 20.

The next time Johnson is scheduled to be in Austin is for his official visit to Texas on the weekend of June 14. If Sarkisian, wide receivers coach Chris Jackson, and the Longhorns really push for a commitment from Johnson during his mid-June official visit to Austin, he could have a spot in Texas's 2025 class as part of a loaded group at this position in-state.

Texas is one of the four schools Johnson is scheduled to officially visit this summer. The other three schools he's scheduled to see for official visits this summer are the Arkansas Razorbacks (May 31), Texas Tech (June 7), and USC Trojans (June 21).

It appears that Texas's biggest competition in the race to land a commitment from Johnson is USC. The Texas A&M Aggies have also made a late push in this recruitment entering summer official visits.