Texas must prioritize these WR recruits after missing on Dakorien Moore

Which wide receiver official visitors from in-state will Texas push for in the 2025 class late this summer on the trail?
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Still without any wide receiver commitments for 2025, Texas football has gone through a reset on the big board at the position amid summer decisions. There is still a lot of potential left for Texas to have a premier blue-chip wide receiver haul for the 2025 class.

Going back to the drawing board for Texas football with 2025 wide receiver recruiting

But Texas must overcome the loss of the elite five-star Duncanville (TX) wide receiver Dakorien Moore by landing at least one or two of its other top wideout targets for this cycle. Texas was never likely to land all three of its top wideout targets in the class of 2025, including Moore, Sachse (TX) five-star Kaliq Lockett, and Jacksonville (FL) Mandarin five-star Jaime Ffrench.

Steve Sarkisian and Chris Jackson have primarily focused their wide receiver recruiting efforts on the looming decisions for Lockett (Aug. 7) and Ffrench (Aug. 30). Texas is still in good spots for both of its top remaining uncommitted wide receiver priorities for 2025 this summer.

The third spot in this wide receiver class will likely be filled by one of the other key in-state wide receiver targets. Outside of the big three five-star wideouts, Texas hosted four in-state blue-chip receiver recruits from the class of 2025 for official visits in June.

There is a good chance that most or all of Texas's official visitors among wideout targets for 2025 announce by late this summer.

Here's are three wideout offers the Longhorns must prioritize in the 2025 class this summer to fill that third potential spot at the position for this cycle.