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2024 FIVE-STAR WR RYAN WINGO COMMITS TO TEXAS



WHO IS RYAN WINGO


Ryan Wingo is a five-star wide receiver from St. Louis University High School in St. Louis, MO. The 6-foot-2, 205-pound wideout chose Texas over Missouri, Georgia, and Texas A&M. Wingo is listed as a four-star prospect by On3 and ESPN while 247Sports and Rivals have him listed as a five-star prospect. Wingo also runs track in high school and was clocked at 10.64 seconds in the 100-meter dash, 21.46 seconds in the 200-meter dash, and 50.72 seconds in the 400-meter dash. The star receiver has been heavily recruited by Missouri in the past few weeks. When asked if he would still accept Missouri’s recruitment, the local product said, “Yes sir, for sure. I’ll obviously accept it. But like I said I’m locked in with Texas right now, so obviously they can recruit me, but I’m locked in with Texas right now.”


WHAT IS THE IMPACT OF THE COMMITMENT FOR TEXAS


The commitment of Wingo gives Texas 19 commitments for the 2024 class, which is ranked 5th in the SEC and 9th overall by On3 Recruiting. Wingo is the 3rd wide receiver committed to the Longhorns, but he is the highest-rated. 247Sports has Wingo listed as the 2nd ranked wide receiver in the entire 2024 class.


HOW QUICKLY CAN RYAN WINGO CONTRIBUTE AT TEXAS?


The depth chart for receivers at Texas has two seniors, two juniors, one sophomore, and three freshmen. While it will be tough for him to just walk onto the field at Texas next season, Wingo’s abilities and measurements will be difficult to keep on the sidelines. He is a dangerous returner so that may be his fastest way on the field for the Longhorns initially.



SCOUTING RYAN WINGO


Ryan Wingo is a speedy receiver who is a threat to go deep on any down. He is elusive when he has the ball and is difficult to tackle. He has a strong frame and good size which makes it tough to press him at the line. Wingo has good hands and shiftiness for someone of his size. He is also a good return man and should be considered a threat to score anytime he touches the ball.



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