Texas Football: Predicting UT's next commit after Anthony Williams

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Jordon Davison, RB

The other top Mater Dei skill position recruit that the Longhorns have prioritized in the 2025 class, along with Harris, is the high-four-star running back Jordon Davison. The No. 2 running back recruit in the nation in the 2025 class in the 247Sports Composite is someone the Texas staff loves as their top priority at the position for this cycle.

Davison has great relationships with Sark and Texas running backs coach Tashard Choice on this staff.

The track record that Choice has built in the last few years, recruiting and developing multiple top talents at the running back position during his time at Texas and with Georgia Tech, speaks for itself. Choice has recruited multiple elite out-of-state running back recruits to Texas, including IMG Academy's Jerrick Gibson and true freshman CJ Baxter Jr.

Davison is the next elite running back talent in line for Choice to get to the Forty Acres.

The 2025 class for the Longhorns is reportedly (per Inside Texas) looking to take two running backs. Davison is the top target to fill one of those running back spots in the 2025 class.

A few other running back priorities to watch for Choice and the Longhorns to fill the other spot at the position in the 2025 class are DeSoto (TX) four-star Tiger Riden, Shreveport (LA) Calvary Baptist Academy four-star James Simon, and Delray Beach (FL) American Heritage four-star Deandre Desinor.

Texas is also prioritizing the nation's No. 1 running back recruit in the 2025 class in the On3 Industry Ranking, Metairie (LA) St. Martin's Episcopal five-star Harlem Berry. The elite running back from Louisiana, who commits on Jan. 3, included Texas among his three finalist schools. But the LSU Tigers are likely to be the pick when Berry announces his commitment on Jan. 3.