Texas Football: 10 key recruits impressed by UT's Junior Day

Among a group of over a few dozen visiting recruits from the next few classes were some big-time targets that Texas football really impressed during Junior Day on Jan. 20.

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Kamauryn Morgan, EDGE

A highly-rated edge rusher in the 2025 class that the Longhorns hosted for Junior Day this weekend was South Oak Cliff (TX) four-star Kamauryn Morgan. Arguably the top in-state edge rusher target for the Longhorns in the 2025 class, Morgan got some personalized attention from Sarkisian and Texas's staff on Junior Day.

Per Inside Texas, Morgan said that Sarkisian told him that Texas "is the place to be and now is the time to be there". Morgan also said that Texas is among his top schools after the Junior Day visit, if it wasn't already.

Morgan and fellow in-state blue-chip edge rusher recruit Chad Woodfork are the top in-state recruits at the position in the 2025 class for the Longhorns after landing Jackson's commitment on Jan. 21.

Jaboree Antoine, CB

A top out-of-state defensive back priority for the Longhorns in the 2025 class, high-four-star New Iberia (LA) Westgate cornerback Jaboree Antoine visited Texas for the first time in a few months for Junior Day this weekend. The former teammate of freshman Texas safety Derek Williams Jr. at Westgate High School is the next big-time DB target for the Longhorns in Louisiana.

Antoine really enjoyed his visit to Texas for Junior Day this weekend. He told On3 that the Texas program "checks all the boxes" for him. He also said on social media on Jan. 21 that he had a "great time" at Texas for Junior Day on Saturday.

Antoine spent time with secondary coaches Terry Joseph and Blake Gideon during his Junior Day visit this weekend. He also spent time with Williams during and after the visit.