Predicting Texas's next commitment after C Jamie Vinson

Texas's 2025 class could get going on the recruiting trail in the next few months.
Koa Peat
Koa Peat / Sam Ballesteros/The Republic / USA TODAY
1 of 3

Texas basketball and head coach Rodney Terry added a third commitment from former Vanderbilt Commodores signee and three-star Austin (TX) Oak Hill center Jamie Vinson to the 2024 recruiting class on June 3. Vinson committed to Texas over offers from the Kentucky Wildcats, South Carolina Gamecocks, and Rutgers Scarlet Knights.

Who will be the next to commit to Texas basketball on the recruiting trail?

Terry and staff are up to 12 scholarship players on the projected roster for the 2024-25 season and the inaugural year in the SEC after adding Vinson to the frontcourt unit on Monday. Texas can still add one more scholarship player to the roster if Terry and Co. chooses entering next season.

Vinson brings valuable length and physical upside as an athletic lost post player. He's also shown the potential to become a capable floor spacer playing at the four or the five.

The biggest need for Terry and the Longhorns in the rotation for next season late this spring was adding a two-way low post player. Vinson does give the Longhorns some length, rebounding, and rim protection entering next season.

Texas's next moves on the recruiting trail will be to build momentum for the 2025 class during summer visits. The Longhorns have already hosted a couple of key blue-chip official visitors from the 2025 class since late last year.

But more official visits will be ahead for Texas in the coming months before the start of the 2024-25 season.

Here's a prediction of the next recruit to commit to the Longhorns after Vinson on June 3.

Sebastian Williams-Adams, F

Texas is one of the top schools for the elite high-four-star Houston (TX) St. John's small forward Sebastian Williams-Adams entering summer visits. Williams-Adams visited Texas unofficially last fall during the weekend of the season opener for Longhorns football at DKR on Sep. 2.

The 6-foot-8 and 225-pound forward from Houston is an attacking wing who has a physical edge to his game on both ends of the floor. The potential of Williams-Adams as a two-way wing at the collegiate level is extremely high.

Terry and staff have remained heavily involved in his recruitment since Williams-Adams trip to Austin early last fall. He wants to make a return trip to Austin to see Texas during the summer or early in the fall.

Williams-Adams is also considering visits to see the Kansas Jayhawks, Texas A&M Aggies, and Baylor Bears.