Texas Football: 5 important visit dates to watch this spring

Texas football and Steve Sarkisian have multiple elite blue-chip recruits in the 2025 and 2026 classes making their way to the 40 in the next two months.

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Many top and rising targets in the 2025 and 2026 Texas football recruiting classes are scheduled to be on campus during spring ball. Texas has locked in over three dozen visitors from the 2025 and 2026 recruiting classes who will be mostly taking unofficial visits to Austin in the next couple of months.

While spring ball gets underway for head coach Steve Sarkisian and the Longhorns in less than a month, the first big weekend of spring visits will take place a little bit after camp begins.

Top-rated 2025 spring visitors to watch for Texas football

Texas's first big weekend of spring visits from high school recruits will be on March 22. A handful of visiting recruits will be on campus for the Longhorns in the week leading up to March 22. But there are currently over a half dozen visitors from the 2025 and 2026 classes expected to be on campus on the weekend of March 22.

Visits are mostly set to start on the weekend of March 22 since the University of Texas's spring break is from March 11 to March 16.

After a week off on the week of March 29, the big spring visit weekends continue in early April. Texas will have many big names on campus among visiting high school recruits from April 6 until the Orange-White spring football game on April 20.

Here are five important spring visitors to watch for the Longhorns in the next couple of months.

Michael Fasusi, OT

Expected visit date: April 9

The No. 1 offensive tackle recruit in Texas in the 2025 class in the 247Sports Composite and On3 Industry Ranking, Lewisville (TX) five-star Michael Fasusi, will unofficially visit Austin on April 9.

Texas is one of over a half-dozen schools that Fasusi will visit unofficially during a busy spring trip schedule. He's also set to visit the Mizzou Tigers, LSU Tigers, Oklahoma Sooners, and Texas A&M Aggies, among a handful of other schools in the next couple of months.

While there are many schools that Fasusi is still considering at this point of his recruitment, his decision is likely to boil down to Texas, Texas A&M, Oklahoma, and potentially Mizzou. Texas and Oklahoma have prioritized this recruitment for a long time.

Fasusi has good relationships with Texas offensive line coach/offensive coordinator Kyle Flood and Oklahoma offensive line coach Bill Bedenbaugh. Texas A&M and Mizzou also made big impressions on Fasusi during recent visits to each school since late last fall.

He's pretty much exclusively considering SEC schools among his top group entering the spring. Fasusi recently told 247Sports that the four schools he's planning to officially visit during the summer are Texas A&M, Oklahoma, Texas, and Mizzou.