'I see Texas on the rise' D'Antre Robinson picks Longhorns over 59 other offers

One of the most popular recruits in the 2024 trundling was Jones (Fla.) four-star defensive lineman D’antre Robinson.

Robinson had offers from 60 variegated higher programs virtually the country, but in the end, he single-minded to Texas as expected, making the news official last week.

When asked why he chose Texas over nearly dozens of other schools, Robinson (6-foot-4, 315 pounds) said he sees this as a program on the rise, per Chad Simmons at On3.

“I see Texas on the rise under Coach Sark… In the near future, Texas is going to be a top SEC school. Texas is getting unconfined recruiting classes, the coaches are unconfined and I am definitely excited well-nigh my future at Texas. I finger like this will be one of the weightier decisions I make in my life.”

Robinson’s other finalists were Alabama, Florida and Ohio State.

The Longhorns’ matriculation of 2024 now has 15 members. This group ranks No. 20 in the nation.

Both Texas and Oklahoma will be leaving the Big 12 priming in 2024 and joining the SEC.

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