Texas running back DeAndre “DeAndre Livers” Liggins is committed to playing at least one more year in the Longhorns program.
The 6-foot-3, 228-pound Liggins, who was the No. 1 recruit in the 2017 class, is committed until he turns 26, according to 247Sports.
Livers, a senior, is ranked as the No 1 running back in the country and a consensus four-star prospect.
He was one of the top prospects for the 2017 recruiting class.
Livers is a former four-sport star at Houston, where he played quarterback and tight end.
Liggins is one of six Longhorns to have a commitment from another program this year, including four-stars Chris Jackson, Alex Jackson and David Jones, among others.LIVERS’ CAREER IN HONORS & REWARDS The 6-1, 240-pound, 230-pounder is a four-year starter at the running back position for the Longhorn program.
He earned the 2017 Outland Trophy as the top running back for the season, averaging 2.76 yards per carry and scoring eight touchdowns as a junior and senior.
Liggins set the Texas single-season record with 615 rushing yards and scored three touchdowns as the Longhoas senior team in 2018.
Licks in 2017 and was a first-team All-Big 12 selection in 2018, the second-team selection as a senior in 2019 and the third-team pick in 2020.
Loves to work with teammates and coaches and has a knack for making plays.
His 4.64 speed and 9.8 vertical jump make him a mismatch for linebackers and safeties.
The 6’4, 228 pounder was one a first team All-Pac 12 selection last season.
Lips is ranked in the Top 50 of 247Sports as the nation’s No. 10 running back, the No 6 running back and the No 21 player in the class of 2019.
Lives in Austin and is committed as of this writing.
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