Longhorns Extend New TXHSFB Offers at Loaded Junior Day Event

Gus Cordova (Photo: Greg Powers)

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Many top recruits were on campus for the Texas Junior Day event on Saturday, which helped power a commitment from Texarkana Pleasant Grove DE Lance Jackson (6'5, 245) and led to some new offers in the Lone Star State.

2025 ATH Michael Terry III (6'3, 185) - Alamo Heights

The No. 17 prospect in the 2025 DCTF Rising Hot 100 and the No. 1 ATH. Terry has big-play potential on both sides of the ball, underscoring his adaptability. He's growing into a wide receiver's role where he's the ultimate X-factor, consistently changing the course of games. Terry now has 15+ scholarship offers and recently reported that Oregon is also a serious player in his recruitment. 

2025 OT Ryan Fodje (6'4, 275) - Cypress Bridgeland

Bridgeland boasts a tandem of 2025 offensive tackles, Fodje and Jonte Newman, who will be among the most highly decorated in the nation. Texas has now offered both. Fodje has long arms made for fending off defenders and a nasty streak. He checks in as the No. 29 prospect overall in the DCTF Hot 100 and also has offers from programs like Oklahoma, TCU, Texas A&M, USC and more. 

2025 RB Rickey Stewart (5'10, 180) - Tyler Chapel Hill

The East Texas standout is a clear scoring threat whenever he touches the ball. Stewart hits the hole in the blink of an eye and leaves defenders behind. His ability to turn the corner is a game-changer. Stewart, who is committed to SMU, helped lead the Bulldogs to the 4A Division I state championship game, securing his status as a DCTF four-star prospect.

2025 OG Connor Carty (6'4, 285) - Prosper

Coming in at No. 61 in the DCTF Hot 100, Carty is one of the state's most heavily recruited offensive line prospects, with offers from TCU, Texas, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, Oklahoma, Oregon, Penn State, and more. The DCTF three-star is a strong interior offensive lineman who plays through the whistle and possesses above-average athleticism, seamlessly securing blocks at the second and third levels. 

2025 DT Gus Cordova (6'5, 250) - Lake Travis

The 'Horns became the 18th offer for the hometown defensive hero, who also owns offers from programs like Baylor, TCU, Texas A&M, Miami (FL), Oklahoma and Oklahoma State. On tape, it takes little time to see why he's secured the attention. You rarely see a big man who can move like this; he sometimes plays linebacker—a passionate, high-energy disruptor. 

In addition to these new offers in the Class of 2025, Texas secured a 2026 RB commitment from Aledo's Raycine Guillory


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