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Four-star Class of 2018 defensive lineman Joshua Landry has been committed to Baylor since early May, but he could be wavering in his commitment.

According to Rivals, Landry is still interested in Texas, but the Longhorns haven’t offered him a scholarship yet.

“It feels good, it feels like I made the right decision,” Landry said. “I honestly don’t know what (Texas is) waiting for. I’ve always been interested in Texas, but (Baylor) has known that.”

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Landry is from Houston, Texas, and he plans to visit Texas again during the summer.

The Longhorns and the Bears are seemingly the only two teams in the mix for Landry, but Texas might not even offer him a scholarship.

Landry is also visiting Baylor again, and he seems to like the way the program is headed under new head coach Matt Rhule.

The 6’2, 25o-pound prospect can play either defensive tackle or defensive end, and he said he will have the chance to play both for the Bears.

(h/t Rivals)

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