Four-star Lancaster wide receiver Omar Manning will visit the Texas Longhorns on Sunday, per 247Sports as the Longhorns host a second summer mini-camp this weekend. However, according to the report, Manning will not be taking part, but rather, just meeting with the staff and taking an in-depth tour of the facilities.
Of course, that's not really an issue for Texas, as Manning doesn't need to work out for the coaches, but could benefit more from spending time with the coaches and getting a better overall feel for what the 'Horns have to offer.
Texas offered the 6'3, 210-pound product on March 2 and Manning previously took an unofficial visit to Austin in September. Considering Manning's impressive vertical speed and tendency to pluck the ball out of the air with relative ease, it's no wonder the in-state talent has racked up 32 offers, which include TCU, Baylor, Texas A&M, Alabama, Oklahoma, Auburn, LSU, Notre Dame and Ohio State, among others.
The No. 22 wide receiver and No. 158 player in the country is currently projected to land in Fort Worth and play for TCU, per 247Sports Crystal Ball.