The Texas Longhorns added a big-name hometown kid to the class of 2024 with the commitment of four-star wide receiver Parker Livingstone.
Livingstone received offers from a whopping 35 different schools, seven of which are current members of the Big 12 Conference. Texas, Baylor, Cincinnati, Houston, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Oklahoma State all offered Livingstone, but with the Longhorns bringing in the local kid, Steve Sarkisian’s 2024 class takes a big step forward.
Livingstone is listed as a four-star prospect by the 247Sports index and currently ranks as the nation’s 296th-overall prospect. He checks in as the 45th-ranked receiver in the class of 2024, and the 50th-ranked player in the state of Texas.
The Texas native was a productive player at Lovejoy High School as he snagged 109 catches for 2,078 yards and 33 scores in his first three years of football. Livingstone has the opportunity to groin overall rankings heading into his senior year and with an official visit in the books back on June 23rd, Livingstone decided that Austin would be his home in the 2024 football season.
The Longhorns kick their season off on September 2nd against Rice where Livingstone and the rest of the class of 2024 get their opportunity to see their future team in action.