Texas Football: 3 underrated 2025 WR recruit UT should offer

The spring evaluation period will see Texas football's coaching staff extend more offers to rising targets in the 2025 and 2026 recruiting classes in the next couple of months.

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Bryson Jones, Lone Star (Frisco, TX)

There aren't many hotter commodities at wideout in the 2025 recruiting class from the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex in the last couple of months than Frisco (TX) Lone Star's Bryson Jones.

The 6-foot-2 and 180-pound wideout from North Texas Jones has received over a dozen FBS offers since Jan. 9. He's reaping the rewards of having a massive junior season for Lone Star High School.

During his breakout junior season at Lone Star, Jones registered nearly 1,000 receiving yards and 15 touchdowns.

What makes Jones such a special wideout is his combination of size, speed, and the ability to stretch the field. Jones has the frame, verticality, and strong hands to high-point the football that you would get from a traditional possession receiver on the boundary.

But he's got the speed and acceleration to stretch the field and take the top off of opposing defenses.

What's crazy about Jones's offer-run on the recruiting trail lately is that he didn't have a single FBS school that offered him before early January. All 17 of his FBS offers came in the last five weeks.

Some of the schools that have recently thrown their hat in the ring in Jones's recruitment are the Utah Utes, Texas A&M Aggies, Oklahoma State Cowboys, Arkansas Razorbacks, Penn State Nittany Lions, SMU Mustangs, and TCU Horned Frogs.

Jones told 247Sports earlier this month that he was in the process of lining up spring visits amid the explosion of attention he's gotten on the recruiting trail in the last couple of months. If Texas hypothetically wanted to officially get involved in this recruitment by offering Jones, it would probably need to happen soon before Jones is too locked in with other schools.