Having two commitments at wide receiver before the end of February is a good thing for the Texas Longhorns.
Not just because Houston Sharpstown’s Roderick Bernard and Abilene Cooper’s Lorenzo Joe can be productive players for Texas. But because it’s also giving Darrell Wyatt a chance to add one of the most explosive playmakers in the country, Mount Pleasant’s K.D. Cannon. He’s the top receiver prospect in Texas and 2014’s No. 6 overall state prospect in the American-Statesman’s Fabulous 55.
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TEXAS’ 2014 COMMITMENTS
The Longhorns, who will host their second junior day on Saturday, have eight commitments so far for 2014 (Fabulous 55 rankings in parenthesis):
Quarterbacks (1): Jerrod Heard, Denton Guyer (13)
Running backs (1): Donald Catalon, Aldine Eisenhower (12)
Fullbacks (1): Daniel Gresham, Fort Worth All Saints Episcopal (30)
Wide receivers (2): Lorenzo Joe, Abilene Cooper (33); Roderick Bernard, Houston Sharsptown (NR)
Offensive guards (1): Demetrius Knox, Fort Worth All Saints Episcopal (7)
Defensive ends (1): Derick Roberson, Fort Worth All Saints Episcopal (15)
Outside linebackers (1): Cameron Hampton, Dallas Carter (24)