Where the decommits from Texas’ 2022 recruiting class ended up

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It’s been a wild recruiting cycle.

Among several sudden coaching staff changes across the country, we’ve also witnessed the impact that NIL will have on the recruiting trail. The one-time transfer rule, where a player is now immediately eligible at their next stop, has also played a part.

For Texas in particular, they’ve been able to put together a solid 2022 class after an underwhelming 5-7 season. Steve Sarkisian’s first full recruiting class with the Longhorns currently ranks No. 5 in the nation according to 247Sports.

There were a few bumps in the road along the way.

Several players that were once members of Texas’ class have since signed elsewhere. The biggest name is five-star wide receiver Evan Stewart, who was committed to Texas for roughly one month earlier in the year, but Texas A&M ended up winning out in the end.

Take a look at where each decommit from Texas landed during the early signing period.

Evan Stewart - WR - Texas A&M

Jamarion Miller - RB - Alabama

Armani Winfield - WR - Baylor

Jaylon Guilbeau - CB - Texas

Eoghan Kerry - LB - Colorado

Anthony Jones - ATH - Oregon

Phaizon Wilson - WR - Unsigned

Kobie McKinzie - LB - Oklahoma

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