Speedy Rivals100 wide receiver Ahmad Paige from Sterlington (La.) took a trip to Austin, Texas, during the weekend for the University of Texas Junior Day.
The 6-foot-3, 175-pounder came away with something he had been hoping for.
"I got an offer from Texas," Paige, who has been timed below 4.4 seconds in the 40-yard dash, said. "I was kind of hoping it was going to happen and then when they did, I was like 'man' because there I was on the campus and I got the chance to see the national championship trophy and all of that."
Paige got to meet several of the Longhorns players.
"The one I remember the most was Limas Sweed," Paige said. "Most of the other players that were there were freshman."
He also got a chance to speak with several members of the Texas coaching staff.
"Me and (Longhorns head coach Mack Brown) had a conversation," he said. "I also got to meet with the wide receivers coach Bobby Kennedy and (defensive ends coach) Oscar Giles. Coach Giles was coordinating the whole thing."
Paige added that he attended several workshops and learned about the university and the Texas football program.
"We went to different kinds of workshops," he said. "Things like that."
Unlike several of the prospects in attendance for the event, Paige did not give a verbal commitment to the Longhorns.
On Monday, Paige received a scholarship offer from Georgia after getting in touch with Bulldogs head coach Mark Richt.
"I talked with Mark Richt yesterday," Paige said. "He was telling me about Georgia and what I needed to do to set up a visit. They offered me a scholarship."
The Bulldogs are the third team to offer Paige, joining the Horns and Arkansas. Texas, Georgia, LSU, Florida State and the Razorbacks remain his top five.
Paige, who caught 33 passes for 852 yards and nine touchdowns his junior season, will look for his fourth offer this weekend travel to Baton Rouge for LSU's Junior Day.