Texas will host multiple 5-star visitors for the TCU matchup

To say that this is a big recruiting weekend for head coach Steve Sarkisian and the Texas Longhorns program would be a gross understatement — the Longhorns are riding on the confidence and momentum that flow from their win last weekend over a ranked Kansas State squad in Manhattan , and the coaching team is there to shove their chips in the middle of the table.

College GameDay travels to Austin, as does many recruits, including some of the five-star variety in the Class of 2023. A win over the Horn Frogs on Saturday would cause quite a stir among visitors to campus and go a long way in helping to end this class, strong for Sarkisian and his staff.

The ball is with Texas this weekend and they certainly have the ability to come out on top against TCU. But they’ve been in that position before to capitalize on the momentum and failed to close the deal. We’ll see if they can prevail this time.

The following is a list of expected visitors expected in Austin this weekend based on information available for the weekend. As most of you know, the list can and will change as players are either late or unable to come.

Official visitors

Five-star Pinnacle tight end Duce Robinson of Phoenix, Ariz.

Four-Star Bellflower (California) St. John Bosco wide receiver DeAndre Moore (Louisville commit)

Four-star defender Markis Deal from Garland Naaman Forest


Denton Ryan five-star linebacker Anthony Hill

Five-star Denton Guyer protects Peyton Bowen (Notre Dame Commitment) – Bowen’s participation seems up in the air at the moment. It was originally reported that he would be in Austin.

Four-star Mesa (Ariz.) Red Mountain wide receiver Ja’Kobi Lane (USC signing)

Arlington Martin four-star cornerback Javien Toviano

Four-Star Wide Receiver from Austin Westlake Jaden Greathouse – Wide Receiver – Austin (TX) Westlake (Notre Dame Commitment)

Waco Connally four-star athlete Jelani McDonald — McDonald was originally scheduled for an official visit this weekend but was switched to an unofficial one

Four-star La Grange Bravion Rogers cornerback (Texas A&M signing)

committed in 2023

Five-star DeSoto wide receiver Johntay Cook

Four-star Austin Westlake beats Colton Vasek

Four-Star Teague Linebacker Derion Gullette\

Liona Lefau, four-star linebacker from Kahuka, Hawaii.

Four Star Fort Worth North Crowley Linebacker S’Maje Burrell

Frisco Wakeland’s three-star offensive lineman, Connor Stroh

Three-star Mansfield Timberview offensive lineman Andre Cojoe

Three Star Santa Ana (California) Mater Dei Tight End Spencer Shannon

committed in 2024

Four Star Daingerfield Athlete Aeryn Hampton

Goals for 2024

Five Star Duncanville surpasses Collin Simmons

Four-Star Denton Guyer Cornerback Eli Bowen – With his brother Peyton’s status up in the air, I can assume the same could be said for Eli on Saturday. Texas recently renewed an offer.

Copperas Cove’s four-star offense tackles Michael Uini

Waco Connally five-star cornerback Kobe Black

Four-star Timpson athlete Terry Bussey

Four Star Lancaster Security Corian Gipson

Four-star Smithson Valley wide receiver Freddie Dubose

Katy Seven Lakes three-star linebacker Dakyus Brinkley

Unranked Hutto quarterback Will Hammond

As you can see from the list above, it’s going to be a busy weekend in Austin. The Longhorns have a great opportunity ahead of them to pick up some momentum if they can take care of business next Saturday.

This article is continuously updated.