Which players will get the most attention in the 2019 recruiting class?

The top five prospects on this week’s 247Sports Composite are the players on the Texas Longhorns’ 2017 class, and the rankings are based on the 247Sports composite rankings for the class of 2019.

The rankings are released every Monday.

The Longhorns finished the regular season with a 10-2 record and are one of three teams with a winning record in each of the past four years.

Texas won its first 10 games of the season and had a 6-0 record by the time it was cut from the Big 12 tournament in March.

It went on to win its first seven games of this season and has been ranked No. 2 in the country for three consecutive seasons.

Texas finished its first three games of 2018 ranked in the top 20 in the 247Composite rankings.

Five of the top six players in the class are from Texas, including top-ranked guard Trey Burke, who is ranked No 1 in the state for 2019, as well as senior guard Jordan Adams, who will be the Longhorns most sought-after recruit, according to 247Sports.

The other five players in that top five are from Louisiana, including a top-rated prospect in guard Trey Davis, who ranks No 2 in Louisiana and a top 25 player in guard Tyler O’Connor, who also is from Louisiana.

Davis, who transferred from Louisiana to play at Texas in 2017, is ranked among the top 25 players in New Orleans.

The top five players on this list are the top three in each position on the recruiting board.

Davis is the top-five player in the nation in every category, including four-star recruit, six-star commit, top-100 player and top-40 player.

The only player in this class to play in every season is sophomore guard Devin Evans, who was a first-team All-Big 12 pick in 2017 and played in all 10 games this season.

Evans is a top 40 player in Louisiana, with two-star and four-stars ranked among his top three recruits, while Davis is No. 5 on the state’s recruiting board, which ranks No. 3 nationally.

Evans also has three-star targets ranked among top-25 recruits in the 2017 class.

The rankings also are based only on top-50 recruiting class recruits, and players that had at least two of their three-point shooting opportunities from the free throw line this season are not included.

The next three classes on the list are ranked as the top two in each category.

The five recruits in that group are all ranked among Texas’ top 100 recruits.