The Texas Longhorns are set to bring in one of the top recruiting classes in the country, but they may have made their biggest splash to date.
With news of Michigan and head coach Jim Harbaugh potentially poaching Texas commit Zach Gentry, a four-star quarterback, Texas may have flipped five star QB Kyler Murray from in-state rival Texas A&M.
Murray committed to the Aggies in May of 2014, but tweeted out this picture Wednesday afternoon:
— Kyler Murray (@TheKylerMurray) January 21, 2015
Murray has yet to say anything officially, but the jersey does seem to indicate that he's switching his commitment to the Longhorns. The 5'11", 178-pounder is the 13th ranked prospect overall by ESPN 300, and is the top-rated quarterback.
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