Texas hauled in a third former member of Baylor’s 2016 recruiting class as defensive back Donovan Duvernay signed with the Longhorns late Saturday night.

Duvernay joined his twin brother, receiver Devin Duvernay, who signed with Texas earlier in the week. Copperas Cove offensive tackle J.P. Urquidez signed with Texas on Saturday.

Donovan Duvernay and Urquidez were among five players Baylor released from their National Letter of Intent on Thursday. Those players also included La Vega defensive back Parrish Cobb, Silsbee offensive tackle Patrick Hudson and Port Arthur Memorial running back Kameron Martin.

Donovan Duvernay was rated the No. 42 athlete prospect in the 2016 class by ESPN.

Offensively, he made 38 catches for 520 yards and eight touchdowns and ran for 192 yards and a touchdown as a senior at Sachse High School. Defensively, he made 17 tackles, two interceptions and two pass breakups. He also added two kickoff return touchdowns.

Devin Duvernay was released from his Baylor scholarship on a technicality after Baylor didn’t send his National Letter of Intent to the Big 12 office in February.

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