Could Longhorns go six-for-six on national signing day?
Yet another Longhorns recruiting target has decided to wait to choose his school until Wednesday.
Four-star defensive tackle Chris Daniels from Euless Trinity High School announced Sunday on his Twitter page that he’ll be choosing a school at 10 a.m. on Wednesday.
I'm announcing at 10 a.m on National Signing Day ‼️
— Chris Daniels 💪🏾 (@Clicclac97) February 1, 2016
The four-star defensive tackle had been committed to Oklahoma until Jan. 20, when he re-opened his recruitment. Daniels is rated as the No. 19 player in the state in the Austin American-Statesman’s Fabulous 55 list. His a former high school teammate of Longhorns offensive lineman Patrick Vahe.
Four other four-star recruits that have Texas among their school finalists of choice will pick their school of choice on signing day live on ESPNU.
According to a press release from ESPN Thursday, Nacogdoches safety Brandon Jones, Manvel safety Deontay Anderson, Houston linebacker Dontavious Jackson and Aldine linebacker Jeffrey McCulloch will make their picks on the network.
Also, defensive tackle Jordan Elliott will choose his school at noon at Westside High School in Houston.
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