Ricky Seals-Jones Is 75 Percent Committed To Texas

Ever since decommitting from Texas back during the first week of June, 2013 Sealy, Texas athlete Ricky Seals-Jones has mostly gone quiet regarding his recruitment. Seals-Jones did revisit Texas and went on a trip to Texas A&M, but besides that he has not revealed too much.

Seals-Jones has decided to open up and speak to the media at the Rivals five-star challenge in Atlanta, and revealed that he is 75 percent committed to the Texas Longhorns. Seals-Jones also mentioned that he will visit LSU next week and then make return trips to Texas and Texas A&M; plus he plans on visiting Baylor and Oregon at some point.

One point of emphasis for Seals-Jones at the Rivals camp is to prove that he is worthy of earning a five-star rating as a wide receiver, and despite being 6-foot-5, 230-pounds he wants to continue his career as a wide receiver and not a tight end.

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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