Texas’ Sarkisian provides 1st commit, No. 50 Winfield

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Steve Sarkisian added his first dedication as Texas head coach on Tuesday when ESPN Jr. 300 huge receiver Armani Winfield introduced his pledge to the Longhorns.A 6-foot-2, 180-pound receiver from Lewisville Excessive College in Lewisville, Texas, Winfield is the No. 50-ranked recruit total within the 2022 cycle. He’s ranked No. 10 within the state of Texas and had provides from Florida, LSU, Ohio State, Penn State, Texas A&M and USC, amongst others.He is the second dedication of the 2022 class for Texas, becoming a member of ESPN Jr. 300 cornerback Jaylon Guilbeau, the No. 200-ranked recruit.Guilbeau and the prospects within the 2021 class had all dedicated to Texas earlier than Sarkisian was employed.Since Sarkisian was introduced on in January, Texas has signed 18 recruits within the 2021 class. The one prospects who stay dedicated however unsigned are ESPN 300 cornerback Ishmael Ibraheem and three-star huge receiver Keithron Lee.There may be nonetheless work left to do within the 2021 cycle, however Winfield’s dedication reveals Sarkisian is not going to waste any time transferring ahead within the subsequent recruiting class. With 41 ESPN Jr. 300 recruits from the state of Texas in 2022, there can be loads of expertise to attempt to lure to the Longhorns program.Quarterback Quinn Ewers, the top-ranked recruit within the state in addition to all the class, had been dedicated to Texas however decommitted earlier than Sarkisian was employed and flipped to Ohio State. The Buckeyes then acquired a dedication from huge receiver Caleb Burton, the No. 9 recruit in Texas.Oklahoma has two commitments from Texas as effectively, huge receiver Jordan Hudson, the No. 7 state prospect, and linebacker Kobe McKinzie, ranked No. 16. LSU additionally added two Texas commitments in safeties Bryan Allen Jr. and Bryce Anderson, ranked No. 15 and 20 within the state, respectively.

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