Texas might have gotten two of its 18 2014 offers to commit on Thursday, but a third wasn't long in following on Friday.
Houston Eisenhower running back Donald Catalon rushed for more than 1,200 yards as a sophomore, and was considered one of the top in-state backs in the class. Friday, just one day after receiving his Longhorn offer, Catalon elected to take Texas up on its offer and become the third member of the Texas class, joining wide receiver Lorenzo Joe and defensive end Derick Roberson.
The 5-11, 200-pound Catalon has great feet and vision, and is a balanced back who knows when to run over a defender, and when to get around him. He was one of two running backs offered on Thursday, with out-of-stater Nathan Starks.
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