Will Dallas Wilson flip his commitment from Oregon Ducks to Texas Longhorns?

A pair of F-15 Eagle fighter jets fly over the field during the Oregon Ducks’ Spring Game.
A pair of F-15 Eagle fighter jets fly over the field during the Oregon Ducks’ Spring Game. / Ben Lonergan/The Register-Guard / USA

One of the Ducks' biggest commits from 2025 is five-star wide receiver Dallas Wilson from Tampa Bay, FL.

As college coaches fly all over the nation to hop back onto the recruiting trail in search of their star players for the 2025 and 2026 classes, rumors are circulating that Wilson’s commitment to Oregon is under attack.

The Texas Longhorns, who lost to the Washington Huskies in last season’s CFP semifinals, are on the hunt for a standout wide receiver and Wilson is in their sights.

Texas special teams coordinator and tight ends coach Jeff Banks visited Wilson to see if he could pique the receiver’s interest in Austin’s program, per Texas insider Charlie Williams.

The Horns extended an offer to Wilson before his commitment to the Ducks but he never visited Texas’ campus. Along with his offers from Texas and Oregon, Wilson earned offers from 28 other options.

At 6-foot-3 and 180 pounds, Wilson is rather large for a player who is just getting greedy for his senior year of high school.

Wilson was in Eugene for the Ducks’ spring football game which was reportedly a big hit amongst Oregon recruits.

 “Oregon is different… Everything excites me about the Ducks,” Oregon’s 2026 prospect and defensive lineman Jahkeem Stewart said. “A lot of resources. Fan support is crazy. 40,000 at spring game.”

In other words, Wilson being in town with the Ducks just a few days before Texas’ assistant coach paid the wide receiver at home doesn’t bode well for the Horns’ hopes.

Wilson, most likely, will stick to his commitment to the Ducks so Oregon fans can relax and breathe for now.

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