Breaking News: Texas Confirm Another Departure Of Top Talented Star

As of this afternoon, the Longhorns have committed fewer players to their 2026 recruiting class, a situation influenced by the recent developments surrounding Raycine Guillory. Guillory, a highly-touted four-star running back from Aledo, Texas, has reopened his recruitment after decommitting from the University of Texas, according to Hayes Fawcett of On3. Guillory initially committed to the Longhorns in January, following a visit to Austin for Texas Junior Day.

Guillory’s impressive sophomore season saw him rush for 1,236 yards and score 17 touchdowns, playing a crucial role in Aledo’s state championship victory. His performance on the field has earned him high praise and a ranking as the 16th best running back and 189th overall player in the nation by 247Sports’ composite rankings, which rates him as a four-star recruit.


With Guillory’s departure, the Longhorns’ 2026 recruiting class is left with only one commitment, that of Dia Bell. Texas running backs coach Tashard Choice is expected to renew his efforts to bring Guillory back into the fold, as the Longhorns are likely aiming to secure two running backs for the class. This development means that other promising young talents will likely receive increased attention from Texas.

Among those on the Longhorns’ radar are Javian Osborne from Forney, KJ Edwards from Carthage, and Tradarian Ball from Texas High. These players are expected to be evaluated closely as potential additions to the recruiting class. The Longhorns’ recruiting strategy will be pivotal as they seek to strengthen their roster and maintain their competitive edge in the coming years.

The ongoing recruitment efforts reflect the dynamic and competitive nature of college football recruiting, where coaching staff must continually adapt to changes and pursue top talent to build a successful team. Texas’ ability to attract and secure commitments from top prospects like Guillory and Bell will be critical to their future success on the field.

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