The Texas Longhorns not only landed a solid running back from the class of 2014 on Thursday, but landed a solid wide receiver as brothers Armanti and D’Onta Foreman made the call and committed to the Texas Longhorns. D’Onta is one of the Top 80 running backs in the nation and Armanti is in the Top 20 among wide receivers and Texas recruits.
Longhorn nation has known that D’Onta was going to commit to Texas after naming them his leader on June 17th, but it was Armanti who was an uncertainty as he was deciding between Texas and Texas A&M.
The Foreman brothers are the 20th and 21st recruits to commit to the Texas Longhorns (most of any team thus far). D’Onta officially joins fellow RB commit Donald Catalon while Armanti officially joins WRs Lorenzo Joe, Emanuel Porter, Dorian Leonard, Roderick Bernard, and Garrett Gray.
According to 247Sports, Armanti had this to say when asked about the two committing to the Longhorns on Thursday:
“All of our life the only thing we’ve known is to play together. Now we get that chance at the next level and we’re very excited. We all felt comfortable there. I love it, my brother loves it and my entire family loves Texas. It’s the place for us.”
Armanti Foreman is currently ranked 14th in the state of Texas, 19th among wide receivers, and 128th nationally among 2014 recruits by 247Sports.
D’Onta Foreman is currently ranked 159th in the state of Texas and 78th among running backs by 247Sports.
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Also, check out the Fansided 150 Class of 2014 Rankings.