More Transfer Targets for the Longhorns
The Texas Longhorns are actively pursuing targets in the NCAA transfer portal to fill positions of need.
A visit weekend for midyear enrollees from the transfer portal is shaping up for the Longhorns. Head coach Steve Sarkisian and his staff are expected to host Liberty Flames transfer wide receiver CJ Daniels and Houston Cougars transfer defensive tackle Jamaree Caldwell.
In addition to Texas, both players also have plans to visit Oregon, with Auburn also in the mix for Daniels.
CJ Daniels, a three-star prospect from Georgia, had an impressive career at Liberty, averaging over 17 yards per catch and recording 10 touchdowns in his senior season. He has shown excellent ball skills and would bring another outside receiving threat to the Longhorns.
Jamaree Caldwell, who began his football journey as an offensive lineman in high school, has emerged as one of the best defensive tackles in the conference. He recorded 6.5 sacks, 8.5 tackles for loss, and 27 tackles in his most recent season. His strong run defense and overall performance make him a valuable addition to the Longhorns' defensive line.
The departures of T'Vondre Sweat and Byron Murphy created a need for Texas at the defensive tackle position, and Caldwell seems to be a potential solution after leaving Houston in December.
With the addition of Daniels and Caldwell, the Longhorns are continuing to build their team through the transfer portal, adding key players to fill important positions.
Welcome to the family, CJ Daniels and Jamaree Caldwell!