2013 Texas Football Recruiting: Longhorns Still At No. 4 In ESPN's Latest Class Rankings

The Texas Longhorns were recently hit with a huge blow when five-star wide Receiver Ricky Seals-Jones opened up his recruitment and no longer was committed to Texas. With Seals-Jones as a member of the Longhorns 2013 class they were ranked No. 4 by ESPN.

The rankings have been updated and with the loss of Seals-Jones the Texas class is still extremely strong, and it shows as ESPN has still has Texas still as the No. 4 class in their most recent update:

In customary Longhorns fashion, each of their commitments in the ESPN 150 reside within the Texas state borders. That includes dual-lineman Jake Raulerson (No. 81), offensive lineman Kent Perkins (No. 84), slot receiver Jacorey Warrick (No. 111), defensive tackle A'Shawn Robinson (No. 135) and cornerback Antwuan Davis (No. 149).

It just goes to show the amount of talent that is in Texas and also that losing one of the nation's top prospect does not even put a dent in what the national experts think of the Longhorns 2013 recruiting class.

For all the latest news and notes on Texas' latest blockbuster class, check back with SB Nation Dallas' exclusive StoryStream. Also head over to Burnt Orange Nation and Barking Carnival as well.

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