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DE Max Cummins Announces Commitment To Texas

Max Cummins announces he's committing to play for Texas.


Max Cummins, a three-star defensive end from Fort Worth, received an offer from Texas on Tuesday, and he quickly acted on it.

The 6-foot-6, 255-pound defensive end hasn't been a huge name on the recruiting radar, but clearly Tom Herman and his staff like what they've seen out of the All Saints Episcopal standout.

He announced his commitment to the Longhorns on late Tuesday night.

From the post:

First off I would like to thank all the coaches that have reached out and recruited me and trusted me with an offer. Secondly I want to thank my parents, family and especially Coach Beck for helping me realize my dream of playing D1 college football. I started playing football in 1st grade for the Longhorns and I'm proud to say I will be starting my college career with them. This has been a very long and drawn out process but it has now come to an end. I am officially accepting the scholarship offer I have received and committing to the University of Texas to play football. I am shutting down all recruiting and will be taking an OV to Texas this weekend on the 20th. HOOK'EM HORNS

Cummins is ranked the No. 92 defensive end in the country.

Max Cummins had previously been committed to UConn. He also holds offers from Baylor, Houston, UCF, and others.