These Texas football Junior Day visitors are likely to commit

Top Texas football Junior Day visitors will highlight some of the potential cornerstone commitments for Steve Sarkisian and the Longhorns in the 2025 and 2026 recruiting classes.
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Byron Washington, OT

Literally, the biggest target for offensive line coach/offensive coordinator Kyle Flood and the Longhorns in the 2025 class is the towering 6-foot-8 and 400-pound three-star DeSoto (TX) offensive tackle Byron Washington.

Washington would quite literally fit that big human mould and more that Flood wants along the offensive line as Texas enters the SEC this upcoming fall. He's one of the most overpowering forces you'll find among any offensive tackle recruits in any class in high school or college.

Flood and the Longhorns have made it known that they want Washington in this class at offensive tackle.

Texas has remained at the forefront of this recruitment since the Longhorns offered him last summer around the time of the late-July pool party/BBQ bash.

According to a Horns247 report on Jan. 19 (paid content), Flood and the Longhorns will want to add more numbers along the offensive line in 2025 since they only took a handful of commitments in the 2024 class. Washington is almost certainly one of those offensive linemen who's a take for the Longhorns in the 2025 class.

Multiple industry experts have forecasted Washington's commitment to the Longhorns in the last few months, including an On3 RPM pick from Inside Texas' Justin Wells on Jan. 10.