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Four-star receiver Armani Winfield decommits during Texas' game against Kansas State

Texas coach Steve Sarkisian, left, speaks to Burleson High School sophomore quarterback Dylan Raiola before the Kansas State game Friday.

While Texas was wrapping up its win over Kansas State on Friday, the Longhorns also suffered a loss.

Lewisville wide receiver Armani Winfield, a four-star prospect who committed to Texas in January, announced during the fourth quarter that he had decided to reopen his recruitment. The Longhorns went on to win 22-17.

The 6-foot-2, 180-pound Winfield is the No. 25 receiver prospect in 247Sports' composite rankings. He was the first recruit to commit to Texas after Steve Sarkisian was hired.

Winfield has appeared in 10 games for Lewisville this season. He has 56 catches, 925 receiving yards and eight touchdowns.

With early signing day set for Dec. 15, Texas has 21 recruits committed to its 2022 class. Texas lost a commitment from four-star running back Jamarion Miller, a 1,300-yard rusher at Tyler Legacy, on Thursday.

Spearman's Brenen Thompson is both the top-rated commitment in the class and the only receiver still pledged. The Longhorns are still recruiting receivers such as Klein Cain's Matthew Golden and Frisco Liberty's Evan Stewart, a five-star talent who is a former UT pledge.