3 Top Prospects Texas Can Still Land In The 2016 Recruiting Class

The bulk of the Texas Longhorns' recruiting work is dependent on what happens in the next few days. The Longhorns have several key spots to fill and there are still several impact signings they are hoping to land on or before Wednesday's National Signing Day. Here are 3 Top Uncommitted 2016 Football Recruits Texas Can Land Before Signing Day.

Jordan Elliott, DT
Elliott decommitted from Michigan on Jan. 27 less than a week after visiting Texas. He's been committed to Baylor and Houston as well, but he's expected to end up with the Longhorns. The No. 14 DT in the nation would be a strong fit for Charlie Strong's defense and should see immediate playing time. For more on the Texas Longhorns, download the Chat Sports Android and iPhone app

Dontavious Jackson, ILB
Jackson, the No. 89 overall prospect in the country, took an unofficial visit to Texas this weekend, which should bode well for the Longhorns. Florida State and Oklahoma are still in the mix for Jackson, but the Longhorns are considered the front-runners. He'll make his decision on National Signing Day. 

Jeffrey McCulloch, OLB
Another linebacker on this list, as Strong is looking to load up at the position. McCulloch, the No. 4 outside linebacker and No. 59 overall prospect in the country, visited Texas on Jan. 15th, and Strong visited him the following week as well. McCulloch hasn't announced his decision, but it'd a real surprise if he didn't end up picking Texas.

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