Kelvin Banks Jr. is going to play offensive tackle at Texas, he announced Saturday.
“I felt like there was no place better to be, it’s my dream school, and the place itself is beautiful,” Banks told On3Sports' Hayes Fawcett. “Also, the people and the coaching staff.”
Banks originally committed to Oregon in July, but he opened his recruiting back up after Mario Cristobal left the program to take the head coaching job at the University of Miami.
That decision was welcome news for several programs hoping to land the Summer Creek High School standout, who is a 5-star prospect, the No.