Good News: Just In Texas Longhorns Gain Major Boost As Two Highly Rated SEC Stars Commits To Longhorns

**Texas Longhorns Flip Pair of 2025 Texas A&M Baseball Commits**

The Texas Longhorns have had an eventful week, starting with the announcement of coach David Pierce’s departure on Monday and the subsequent hiring of Jim Schlossnagle, formerly of the Texas A&M Aggies, as his replacement. Despite the rivalry, Schlossnagle and his staff have wasted no time in making recruiting moves.

Their efforts quickly paid off with the addition of Penn pitcher Eli Trop from the transfer portal. But they didn’t stop there. On Thursday, the Longhorns flipped Sam Cozart, a former member of the Aggies’ 2025 recruiting class.

Cozart, a right-handed pitcher from Wesleyan Christian Academy in North Carolina, stands 6-7 and 240 pounds, and he uses his size to his advantage on the mound. His strong pitch repertoire includes a low-90s fastball and a nasty slider, giving him the potential to dominate hitters.

As if that wasn’t enough, on Friday, the Longhorns managed to flip another recruit from A&M’s 2025 class. According to reports from On Texas Football, Jack Paris, a right-hander and first baseman from Kinkaid High School in Houston, committed to Texas. Paris, who stands 6-3 and weighs 200 pounds, also has a fastball that reaches the 90s and shows promise in multiple positions.

These recruits are likely just the beginning for the Longhorns under Schlossnagle’s new regime, both from high school and the transfer portal. For now, fans can be reassured that the new staff is aggressively pursuing talented players.

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