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?
Andrew Marsh
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Andrew Marsh

Texas is trying to close the gap on the leading Michigan Wolverines for high-four-star Fulshear (TX) Katy Jordan wide receiver target Andrew Marsh late this summer. Michigan has been the trendy pick in this recruitment since Marsh had a successful official visit to Ann Arbor in late June.

It gave the Wolverines a big leg up in this recruitment to get the final official visit from Marsh this summer. Head coach Sherrone Moore and assistant Ron Bellamy have pitched Marsh on the opportunity for early playing time in an offense that looks to air it out more under this new staff.

Texas and the Kentucky Wildcats are two other schools to watch in this recruitment this summer. Marsh officially visited both schools in the last couple of months and is still hearing from their coaching staffs consistently.

The top-100 rated wideout, according to most of the major recruiting services, said that he had a "really good" official visit to Texas in mid-June. Texas is still a possibility for Marsh, depending on how much Sarkisian, Jackson, and Co. push for him entering the fall and the eventual decision timeline.

Marsh was originally intending to announce in November, which would give the Longhorns an opportunity to make up ground in this recruitment in the next few months if they really push for his commitment. But Marsh has thought about moving up his decision timeline to the late summer, which favors Michigan, which has the momentum of late.

I've personally always been a fan of Marsh's game. He's got great hands, good speed, and is an excellent route runner. When I've had the chance to cover his high school games and/or 7-on-7 tournaments since last spring, Marsh has always looked like one of the best players on the field. I just don't know how much Texas will push in this recruitment and on the NIL front with him compared to their other top wideout targets in this cycle.