Breaking : Just In Steve Sarkisian Confirms Double Boost as Texas Secures Another Sensational Talents…

Texas Longhorns head coach Steve Sarkisian has announced an impressive addition to the team’s 2025 recruiting class, securing commitments from offensive linemen twins Devin and Jordan Coleman, along with their brother Isaiah on the defensive side.

The Coleman brothers from Cedar Hill bring a unique trifecta to the Longhorns. Jordan and Devin Coleman, both rated as three-star offensive linemen by the 247Sports Composite, will bolster Texas’s offensive front. Isaiah Coleman, an unranked defensive tackle, will join as a preferred walk-on.

Offensive Line Reinforcements

Jordan Coleman stands at 6’5” and weighs 350 pounds, playing as a tackle at Cedar Hill. He might project to an interior line position at Texas. Devin Coleman, listed as a guard, is 6’4” and 340 pounds. Both brothers fit the physical profile favored by Texas offensive line coach Kyle Flood.

Jordan received 18 offers from various programs, including Baylor, Florida, Missouri, Oklahoma, Ole Miss, and Tennessee, before choosing Texas. Devin, who had 12 offers, was also pursued by Baylor, Oklahoma, and Ole Miss, among others.

The Colemans have been frequent visitors to Austin, attending the Longhorns’ Junior Day in January and the Longhorn City Limits recruiting weekend in April. They have official visits scheduled for June 21, and their commitment suggests a strong lead for Texas.

Defensive Addition

Isaiah Coleman, at 6’1” and 280 pounds, was a key player for Cedar Hill’s defense in 2023. Despite having offers from Division I programs like Texas Tech, Isaiah chose to join Texas as a walk-on, indicating his commitment to the Longhorns.

Strengthening the Roster

The twins join Jackson Christian as the second and third offensive line commitments in Texas’s 2025 class. With these additions, Texas’s 2025 recruiting class now ranks 16th nationally, featuring nine total commitments. Coach Sarkisian and his staff have strategically recruited players with high potential, capitalizing on the existing depth and talent within the team.

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