Texas target Dontre Wilson technically is a running back. But his athleticism and versatility have recruiters dreaming big about what he can do in the future.
Darius James has bounced around trying to find a home. The Harker Heights lineman knows where his future home will be after committing to Texas.
With several spots lacking depth and needing playmakers, offensive recruits could see early impact in 2012.
Texas has a top-ranked recruiting class but has room for players like Dorial Green-Beckham and Mario Edwards. Which prospect would mean more to Texas' class.
Despite a top class and 19 commitments, Texas is still pursuing some of the nation's top talent.
Texas answered its need for a quarterback, but has a few other needs to fill with its 2012 class.
With Texas looking to round out its 18-member 2012 recruiting class, HornsNation is counting down the top remaining senior targets on the Longhorns' board.
Recruiting updates from Longhorn targets and 2013 prospects
Despite remaining committed to Florida State, No. 1 prospect Mario Edwards is looking at Texas and Oklahoma, and will attend the Red River Rivaly game.
Prospect a Day No. 1: Johnathan Gray
Prospect a Day: Kennedy Estelle
Defensive tackle Malcom Brown brings hard work and atleticism to Longhorns' class.
Prospect a Day No. 4: Connor Brewer
With Mack Brown personally sealing the commitment, Cayleb Jones brings the Texas offense another weapon.
Comparisons abound for Johnson and Texas sophomore Mike Davis, another Skyline product. But Skyline's coach admits Johnson gets going a little faster.
He might be undersized, but the athletic Peter Jinkens fits perfectly in the Longhorns defensive scheme.