Texas Longhorns football recruiting: Four star defensive line prospect to make college choice tomorrow

Texas will find out tomorrow if they have secured the services of Highland Park's Prince Deborah

Longhorn fans don't have much longer to wait before finding out whether Texas has earned a commitment from four-star lineman Prince Deborah. 

The highly-coveted defensive end is expected to make up his mind between the Longhorns, LSU, Alabama, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Florida and many others. 

The 6-foot-3, 215-pound Deborah currently plays a hybrid outside linebacker-defensive end position, but will probably add bulk and become more of a traditional defensive end at the next level with his hand on the ground. If he were to add some strength to his game he could greatly compliment what is already a dynamic pass rushing ability. 

Texas appears to be the favorite right now, holding a 100 percent Crystal Ball projection from 247 sports. It would be some welcome good news after the Longhorns missed out on free safety Bryson Washington on July 4.  

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THrons1
THrons1

Kid kinda reminds me of Charles Omenihu.

Turnpikefan
Turnpikefan

Always gotta watch those last-minute bag men when LSU and Bama are involved.

Banner1231
Banner1231

Recruiting wins in the Dallas area are always a good sign.