Longhorns land one of the top QBs in the Class of 2015

Strong and Co. get a commitment from a New Mexico signal-caller. Dave Miller

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Zach Gentry, who is one of the better quarterbacks in the Class of 2015, committed to Texas on Monday.

The 6-6, 230-pound pocket passer from Eldorado High School (Albuquerque, N.M.) is listed by as a four-star player.

Gentry has great size for the position and is known for his accuracy as well as good decision-making and poise in the pocket. He had offers from major programs such as Alabama, Nebraska, Oklahoma State and Tennessee. His final four was believed to be comprised of the Crimson Tide, the Cowboys, the Vols and the Longhorns.

As a junior, Gentry threw for 1,587 yards and 9 touchdowns while rushing for another 617 yards and 16 scores. He is the Longhorns' 10th commit in this class, which is currently the strongest in the Big 12.

Dave Miller, the college football editor and writer for the National Football Post, is on Twitter @Miller_Dave.

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