Priority 4-Star RB Jordon Davison visiting Texas this week

Top priority 4-Star RB Jordon Davison will reportedly be back on campus for an unofficial visit to Texas football on April 6.

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The month of April is a huge one on the recruiting trail for Texas football. Texas and head coach Steve Sarkisian are set for multiple enormous visitor weekends on the recruiting trail in the next few weeks.

Texas football getting 4-Star RB target Jordon Davison back on campus this weekend

Priority skill position targets in the 2025 class highlight the top unofficial visitors for the Longhorns this coming weekend. And one more key skill target in the 2025 class was just added to the visitor list for April 6 early this week.

Horns247 reported on April 1 that Texas's top running back target in the 2025 class, Santa Ana (CA) Mater Dei high-four-star Jordon Davison, will take an unofficial visit to Austin this weekend.

This will be Davison's first return visit to Texas since he made an unofficial trip for the first big Junior Day of the offseason on Jan. 20. He's visited Texas multiple times since the start of last offseason.

Davison has a great relationship with Texas running backs coach Tashard Choice, which only continues to grow each time the blue-chip RB from California visits Austin.

"Me and Coach Choice have a great relationship for sure. We're very locked in."

Choice doesn't miss often when he zones in on these top running back targets on the recruiting trail in the last few cycles. Davison is one of those running backs that Choice targeted very early in his recruitment as one of his top priorities for the Longhorns 2025 class at the position.

Texas working to fend off Ohio State and Alabama for Davison this spring

Early in Davison's recruitment, the Longhorns were considered the front-runner in the race to land his commitment. His multiple trips to Austin and the strong connection with Choice and Sarkisian gave Texas an early lead for Davison until pretty recently, when other schools started to close the gap on the Longhorns.

The Ohio State Buckeyes and Alabama Crimson Tide have made big pushes in Davison's recruitment this spring. He recently had a successful unofficial trip to Columbus to see Ohio State last week and Alabama has also made an impression on Davison during a late-March trip to Tuscaloosa.

This weekend's visit to Texas will be key for the Longhorns to swing momentum back in its favor in this recruitment after Davison's successful trips to Ohio State and Alabama this spring.

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