TEXAS CITY – D’Onta and Armanti Foreman announced over the summer of 2013 that they would be heading to Austin to play college football.
On Wednesday, they made that commitment official.
The duo from Texas City signed their national letters of intent giving new head coach Charlie Strong and the Longhorns a huge 1-2 combo on offense.
D’Onta Foreman ran wild his senior season, totaling 1,893 yards and 28 touchdowns on the ground. His brother was a force at wide receiver, catching 42 passes for 750 yards and 9 scores.
Armanti was an impact player on the defensive side as well, grabbing 6 interceptions.
Texas City took home the district championship in 2013, and finished with an impressive 12-1 record.
Four other Stingaree student-athletes committed to play football at the next level. Andrew Allen is headed to New Mexico State, Korey Robinson and Gabriel Garza are going to East Texas Baptist University and Tate Smith will play at Lamar University in Beaumont.