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NextGen Speed: 2024 Signing Class Spotlight - Texas

Updated: Jan 9



Part 1 of Series Texas Speed Ratings 2024 Class 91.6 Overall TBD


Who are the fastest players among the 2024 Texas recruiting class? In 2024: Speed is king. NextGen Logic cuts deep, contrasting recruits with today's stars and tomorrow's NFL elite. The race is on.

Texas Commits (Notable Speed) Ryan Wingo WR | 96 | 21.31 | 200M

Freddie Dubose WR | 96 | 48.28 | 400M

Xavier Filsaime SAF | 95.6 | 10.52 | 100M

Parker Livingstone WR | 95.3 | 21.69 | 200M

Aaron Butler WR | 94.6 | 21.93 | 200M

Jarrick Gibson RB 86.6e | 11.33 | 100M

The Longhorns approach to recruitment is clear: speed is paramount.

How does the 2024 Texas signing class compare to current CFB Draft Prospects?

Benchmarking Against the Best

Rome Odunze WR | Washington | 96 | 21.25 | 200M

Quincy Riley DB | Louisville | 96 | 10.48 | 100M

Xavier Worthy WR | Texas 95.9 | 21.41 | 200M

Brenden Rice WR | USC | 95 | 21.84 | 200M

Jacob Cowing WR Arizona | 95 | 21.63 | 200M


NFL Scouts will get a first-hand look at the speed of Barron, Rice, Cowing and Riley in Mobile, Alabama for the 2024 Reese's Senior Bowl. Historical Significance


Under coach Steve Sarkisian's leadership, Texas draws on a legacy of speed, reminiscent of Alabama's 2019 explosive roster. Sarkisian's history with dynamic players sets the stage for Texas' 2024 class to continue this tradition of excellence. Henry Ruggs WR | 96.4 | 10.42 | 100M

Devonta Smith WR | 95 | 49.35 | 400M

Jaylen Waddle WR | 94.4 | 10.48 | 100M

Jerry Jeudy WR | 92 | 22.59 | 200M

Notes;

Devonta Smith (WR, PHI) 91 Explosion (45-3 Triple Jump)

Jalyen Waddle (WR, MIA) 94 Explosion (22-9 Long Jump)

Jerry Jeudy (WR, DEN) 90 Explosion (6-1 High Jump) Why Speed Matters

In an era where milliseconds can define the outcome of a game, speed has transcended being a mere attribute; it's now a critical strategic element. The Texas 2024 signing class doesn't just represent Texas' future athletes; they signify a shift towards a team where explosive speed is the norm. For Texas, the nation, and the sport, the implication is clear: the future of football is faster, and it starts with the 2024 signing class. The commitment to speed is not just about building a team; it's about evolving the game itself.


Which Texas commit will make the biggest impact?

  • Ryan Wingo

  • Freddie Dubose

  • Xavier Filsaime

  • Parker Livingstone



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