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Here's the Texas Longhorns football 2022 recruiting class

Here is a look at who is coming to the Forty Acres in the fall of 2022.

AUSTIN, Texas — The Texas Longhorns football team announced Wednesday its 2022 recruiting class, which features a few local products and notably the transfer of top-ranked quarterback Quinn Ewers.

UT signed 32 players in the recruiting cycle. Here is a look at who is coming to the Forty Acres in the fall of 2022 (all ratings are from 247 Sports): 

  • Devon Campbell, 5-star offensive tackle
  • Quinn Ewers, 5-star quarterback (transfer from Ohio State)
  • Ryan Watts, 4-star cornerback (transfer from Ohio State)
  • Jahleel Billingsley, 4-star tight end (transfer from Alabama)
  • Kelvin Banks Jr., 5-star offensive tackle
  • Jaray Bledsoe, 4-star defensive lineman
  • BJ Allen, 4-star safety
  • Larry Turner-Gooden, 4-star safety
  • Derrick Brown, 4-star edge rusher
  • J'Mond Tapp, 4-star edge rusher 
  • Jaydon Blue, 4-star running back
  • Austin Jordan, 4-star cornerback
  • Trevell Johnson, 3-star linebacker
  • Justice Finkley, 4-star edge rusher
  • Brenen Thompson, 4-star wide receiver
  • Aaron Bryant, 4-star defensive lineman
  • Jaylon Guilbeau, 4-star cornerback
  • Kris Ross, 4-star defensive lineman
  • Neto Umeozulu, 4-star inside offensive lineman
  • Cole Hutson, 4-star inside offensive lineman
  • X'Avion Brice, 3-star wide receiver
  • Connor Robertson, 3-star offensive tackle
  • Zac Swanson, 4-star defensive end
  • Ethan Burke, 3-star defensive end
  • Lance St. Louis, 2-star long snapper
  • Cameron Williams, 3-star offensive tackle
  • Terrance Brooks, 4-star cornerback
  • Maalik Murphy, 4-star quarterback
  • Savion Red, 3-star wide receiver
  • Malik Agbo, 4-star offensive tackle
  • Will Stone, 3-star kicker
  • Isaiah Neyor, 2-star wide receiver (transfer from Wyoming)

This list will continue updating throughout National Signing Day.

Texas will enter the 2022 season, the second of the Sarkisian era, after ending 2021 with a 5-7 record that included a six-game losing streak. It was the longest losing streak since the 1957 season.

For a look at the Texas Longhorns 2022 season schedule, click here.

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