One of the four blue-chip commits in the 2023 Texas football recruiting class will be a hot commodity in the summer months when the four-star DeSoto pushes Tre Wisner back. While Wisner remains committed to Texas since spring game weekend (specifically, Texas made his pledge on April 23), it looks like he’ll capitalize on some of his official visits this summer.
According to a report from Inside Texas this weekend (Paid Content), Wisner will be making official visits to the Miami Hurricanes and Florida State Seminoles. And it looks like Wisner could get extra visits to the books this summer with the likes of the Oklahoma Sooners, Texas A&M Aggies, Florida Gators and/or the USC Trojans.
Wisner only had unofficial visits to Texas A&M and Oklahoma in April and January, respectively. In fact, Wisner visited the Aggies twice in less than a month amid last month’s Spring Ball.
He also visited Oklahoma once unofficially since the turn of the year, specifically returning on January 29th.
Tre Wisner is still actively pursued by Texas A&M and OU, among other schools
It’s also worth noting that Florida State and Miami are also working hard to reverse Wisner’s signing from Texas. But that doesn’t mean Wisner is really exploring the possibility of retiring from Texas this summer.
Wisner still has a very close relationship with new Texas running backs coach Tashard Choice. The hiring of Choice as the next running backs coach for the Longhorns after Stan Drayton’s departure actually prompted Wisner to sign to Texas in the spring.
It’s also good to hear that Wisner is still actively recruiting other top targets for the Longhorns in this 2023 class heading into the summer. This is another factor that may help the Longhorns reaffirm Wisner’s commitment to the class after Spring 2023.
Nonetheless, I definitely expect that competing schools on Wisner’s recruiting path like Oklahoma, Texas A&M, Miami, Florida State, etc. will still be pushing for him this summer. Until Wisner officially announces that he is ending his recruiting, other schools in Texas are likely to be actively recruiting the blue-chip Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.
Texas currently has five recruits enlisted in the Class of 2023 as of the afternoon of May 22nd. Wisner is one of the two most recent blue-chip signings in the 2023 class, having been signed on the same day as touted four-star signing Aldine Eisenhower (TX) wide receiver Ryan Niblett.