Latest Longhorns Football News: Texas Confirm To Commit Another Top Talented offensive lineman

The Texas Longhorns enhanced their offensive line on Saturday by securing commitments from Cedar Hill’s offensive linemen, twins Jordan and Devin Coleman, along with their brother, Isaiah, a defensive tackle, for the 2025 class.

Jordan and Devin Coleman, both rated as three-star prospects by the 247Sports Composite, joined Texas while Isaiah committed as a preferred walk-on. Jordan, a 6’5”, 350-pound tackle, might transition to an interior line position for the Longhorns. Devin, a 6’4”, 340-pound guard, and his brother both fit the preferred body type of Texas offensive line coach Kyle Flood.

Jordan chose Texas over offers from 18 other schools, including Baylor, Florida, Missouri, Oklahoma, Ole Miss, and Tennessee. Devin had 12 offers, with mutual interest from Baylor, Oklahoma, and Ole Miss among others. The Colemans attended Texas’ Junior Day in January and the Longhorn City Limits recruiting weekend in April, and both have official visits scheduled for June 21. Their lack of other planned visits suggests Texas was the frontrunner in their recruitment.

While Jordan and Devin may require more development, Texas’ depth and talent on the offensive line allow them to take on players with high potential rather than immediate readiness.

Isaiah Coleman, standing at 6’1” and 280 pounds, was a key player for Cedar Hill’s defense in 2023. Despite having D1 offers, including one from Texas Tech, he chose to walk on at Texas.

The Colemans join Jackson Christian, who committed last week, marking the second and third offensive line commitments for Texas in the 2025 class. With nine total commitments, Texas’ 2025 recruiting class is ranked No. 16 nationally.

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