While Texas is in the middle of a huge weekend and hoping to obtain more commits after getting pledges on the offensive line from Cole Hutson and Connor Robertson, one of their longtime commits is terrorizing receivers.
Defensive back Jaylon Guilbeau committed to the former staff in September of 2020 and was the first player of the 2022 class. He is a very athletic and savvy corner, who also doubles at as a track star at Memorial High School in Port Arthur, Texas.
Guilbeau and fellow commit Jaydon Blue’s 7-on-7 team, Fast7V7, is playing at the Pylon7on7 Nationals this weekend and both are making huge plays for the team.
Take a look at Guilbeau absolutely shutting down this receiver.
The Longhorns have often referred to themselves as Defensive Back University and Guilbeau certainly seems like he is a player who will be able to carry that tradition, or in the case of last season’s team…resurrect it.
The Longhorns’ defensive backs struggled at times last season as they gave up over 10 yards per pass and gave up on average 266 yards per game through the air.
With the new defensive staff making corrections this season, and players like Guilbeau incoming, the Longhorns should actually be playing like the real DBU soon enough.