The Texas Longhorns got some good news on Wednesday as they locked down their quarterback of the 2024 class with three-star signal caller Trey Owens committing to Steve Sarkisian’s squad on his 17th birthday.
Owens, a junior at Cypress Cy-Fair High School in Texas, is listed at 6-4, 200 pounds, and holds offers from Texas, Baylor, Houston, SMU, Texas Tech, and Washington State.
According to the 247Sports composite rating, Owens is the No. 34 quarterback in the 2024 class and the No. 70 overall player in the Lone Star State.
“I love Coach (AJ) Milwee and Coach Sark,” Owens told 247Sports. “I really feel the offense fits me.
“I feel like they’ve been super honest with me throughout the process. They took their time recruiting with me. I thought that was cool they were honest with me about things I needed to fix and it really pushed me because that wasn’t the offer I wanted.”
Texas has finished with top-five recruiting classes in each of the last two cycles and could be well on its way to doing so again in 2024 with Owens joining 247Sports Composite four-star recruits in athlete Hunter Moddon and cornerback Jaden Allen.