Sunday has become a three-commitment day for the Texas tech Red Raiders.
Shortly after Texas Tech picked up a pledge from 3-star Houston Aldine Eisenhower linebacker Tyrique Matthews, the Red Raiders added another pair of commitments, Arlington (Texas) wide receiver Trey Cleveland and Houston North Shore cornerback Keeyon Stewart.
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Cleveland, an unranked prospect, picked up his offer on Sunday after impressing at a Texas Tech mini-camp last weekend, in which he reportedly ran a 40-yard dash in the 4.4s. A 6-foot-3 talent who hauled in 35 receptions for 522 yards and 6 touchdowns last season, Cleveland’s only other offer was Southern Illinois.
“The campus is very nice. I like the stadium,” Cleveland told 247Sports Zach Tanner. “I’m comfortable here with the coaching staff. It feels like home here.”
Stewart, on the other hand, had 16 offers to choose from, his Texas Tech offer didn’t come until this weekend while in Lubbock (Texas) for an official visit. Houston, Utah, UTEP and Tulane were among those in pursuit of his services.
Listed at 5-11, 170 pounds, Stewart is ranked as the nation’s No. 183 cornerback and as the No. 263 player in Texas, per the 247Sports composite.