Raycine Guillory Jr, a running back from Aledo High School in the Class of 2026, is drawing significant attention in the football recruiting world. He’s known for his elusive, twitchy running style, top-end speed, and power between the tackles. His superb vision and patience allow him to excel in finding cutback lanes and running behind his pads, and he possesses an elite burst at the second level. Guillory is a constant threat to score from any down and distance, which makes him a highly sought-after prospect.
What sets him apart is his versatility as a receiving threat. He runs precise routes, has reliable hands, and can track the ball effectively. His ability to make plays in the passing game was highlighted in a touchdown catch on a wheel route against Burleson Centennial.
The University of Texas offered Guillory a scholarship in the second week of October, solidifying his status as a top target in the Class of 2026. He’s also attracting interest from USC, Georgia, and Oklahoma, who offered him four days after the Longhorns.
By the end of September, Guillory had already rushed for over 500 yards and scored 14 total touchdowns, showcasing his impact on the Aledo Bearcats’ offense. With two full years remaining after his sophomore campaign, he’s on track to achieve star status and is a key target for the Texas Longhorns in the Class of 2026.