The Longhorns recently signed what many recruiting analysts consider the nation’s No. 1 class of offensive linemen in 2013.
Terrell Cuney is intrigued by the idea of joining them in 2014.
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TEXAS’ 2014 COMMITMENTS
The Longhorns, who 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)