Longhorns QB Commit Arch Manning To Visit Austin vs. TCU | Longhorns Recruiting Tracker

Longhorns QB Commit Arch Manning To Visit Austin vs. TCU | Longhorns Recruiting Tracker


As if this Saturday’s matchup vs. No. The No. 18 Texas Longhorns are set to host a star-studded list of visitors this weekend.

Now, According to reports ,, Texas appears to be bringing out the big guns to help them make their case. Star QB commit Arch Manning is expected to travel to Austin.

Since his commitment, Manning has long been one of the Horns’ top recruiters, and with so many top recruits heading to the 40 Acres, Manning’s presence will be crucial to Steve Sarkisian and the Longhorns selling their vision for the program.

You can view the full list of visitors, which includes star Denton Ryan linebacker Anthony Hill, and defensive back Javien Toviano, here.


The Texas vs. TCU matchup will bring star recruits out to Austin all weekend long and while most of the focus is with the class of 2023, the 2024 group will be able to hold its end of the blue-chip spectrum as well. He posted on social media that one of the top juniors confirmed his plans to return to UT Wednesday in Colin Simmons.

Simmons, a star for Duncanville (Texas) High School, holds more than 40 scholarship offers to his name at 6-foot-3, 225 pounds.

Texas is in this race for over a year. He extended an offer to the junior last September. Since then, he has been to campus several times. Simmons is currently involved in programs at Georgia, Alabama and Ohio State.


One of Texas’ top overall targets is back on the market.

Shockwaves through college football were felt on Monday afternoon when Anthony Hill announced he was backing off of his commitment to Texas A&M. The Denton (Texas) Ryan linebacker, ranked top 50 in the SI99, had been on board with Jimbo Fisher’s program since late July after a round of official visits.

One of those trips, naturally, was to Texas during the weekend of June 24. Each of Hill’s five official visit trips has been taken. A&M, Oklahoma, Oklahoma, and USC have also received trips from him.

Hill stated in a report from On3 that he does not plan to make another decision until December. 247Sports reports Hill making plans to visit Texas this coming weekend for the TCU showdown.


When Texas commitment and SI99 cornerback Malik Muhammad showed up on a Texas A&M visit in October, of course there was worry from the Longhorn side of social media. However, On3 says that not much should be made of the trip. In fact, Muhammad told the outlet of his excitement to enroll at UT in January in addition to getting back to Austin for the TCU game the weekend of November 12.

Muhammad was ranked the nation’s No. 2 cornerback per SI , is within reach of many future Longhorns on this commitment list.


Texas will have a hat on the table for the top uncommitted offensive lineman in Alabama’s ceremony next week.

Vysen Lang, a 2021 state champion interior offensive line projection from Pike Road (Ala.) High School, announced intentions to come off the board next Monday. Named finalists are Texas, Auburn, Tennessee, and LSU.

Texas was the last program to host Lang this season. That lack of a visit didn’t hurt the Longhorns with the commitment of Payton Kirkland earlier in the 2023 cycle, however.


One of the top wide receivers in the country will soon see Texas again. Multiple reports claim that Jaden Greathouse, Austin Westlake’s star, will not only be visiting Texas for the Longhorns game against TCU in the second week of November but will also be on an official visit.

Greathouse remains committed to Notre Dame, where he went public with a pledge back in July, after official visits to South Bend, Oklahoma and South Carolina. He has two more trips, which does not include the plans to return to Austin.

UT continues to court Greathouse just as it did before the commitment was made. There is a need for the wide receiver position. The Longhorns hold commitments from fellow SI99 wide receivers Johntay Cook and Ryan Niblett to date.


The Arch Manning era, at least in principle, is just around the corner after all. After some back-and-forth on potentially playing basketball for his senior season, Anwar Richardson reports the Manning camp has opted for early-enrollment at Texas. This means Manning will be visiting Austin in January instead of later in the year, in May or June when traditional enrollees begin their college careers.

The elite recruit, pegged top 10 overall by SI.com and No. 1 overall by other outlets, recently broke Peyton and Eli’s career passing records at New Orleans (La.) Isidore Newman High School.


Texas has long been after one of the top wide receiver classes in the 2023 cycle and one of the best of the bunch is still considering the program despite a commitment elsewhere.

DeAndre Moor, a star at Bellflower (Calif.), St. John Bosco has been committed to Louisville since May, but Texas and Georgia are pushing for a possible flip. Moore and his family will likely visit Austin next month. However, the date has not been set yet.

“I’ve had a great relationship with Sark (Steve Sarkisian) and Coach (Jeff) Banks since eighth grade when he offered me to Alabama, so I’ve been knowing him for a while,” Moore told SI All-American. “I was able to see Texas when I visited. I love Austin. Austin is like L.A., but far from L.A. really. “

But his similarity to Austin is only one of many factors that make Austin sound like the perfect place for him.

” Not to mention Coach (Brennan), Marion. Coach Marion is one of the most respected receiver coaches. He is a coach for players. I know I can go there, and he can become the best player I’ve ever been. That’s why Texas is so attractive to me.”

The 6-foot, 185-pound playmaker got to visit Texas during the offseason and reflected on the trip. He said that he went to Texas with his family and got to tour the city. “Really spent some time with Coach Marion. I was able to ask him a few questions. Ask him questions about how you can improve and it was great. “

Moore will enroll in his program of choice in January.


UT is still in the mix for one of the nation’s top pass rushers.

Tausili Akana, a Hawaii native with north of 40 scholarship offers to his name, announced a top 10 on Tuesday morning. Texas A&M, Texas A&M and Notre Dame were also among the top groups.

Akana is well-traveled thus far in the recruiting process, originally visiting Austin back in the summer of 2021. For an official visit, he returned to campus in September when the Longhorns began their season. Akana was also on campus at

LSU, Oklahoma, and Texas A&M for official visits during the season.


One of Texas’ top remaining offensive targets will soon be in town.

Per On3, Duce Robinson will be making an official visit to Austin on November 12 when TCU is in town. The No. 1 tight end in the country, per the SI99, Robinson has been busy on the visit trail since the summer months. He has been invited to visit Alabama, Georgia, and USC.

Robinson recently told Longhorns Country about his interest in Steve Sarkisian’s program, admitting “it would be fun” to link up with Arch Manning at the next level.


Coming off their 49-0 shutout win over the Oklahoma Sooners, the Texas Longhorns are set to host the Iowa State Cyclones in Austin Saturday morning.

And in town to take in the festivities is Longhorns 2023 Isidore Newman (LA) quarterback commit Arch Manning. Take a look:

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Manning is joined by his high school teammate and fellow Texas 2023 commit, tight end Will Randle.


Texas has one of the top recruiting classes in America for the 2023 cycle, but it has room left for new additions ahead of National Signing Day come December. A new name was added to the monitoring list on this front on Tuesday when Jelani McDonald announced his Texas football offer via social media. Since July 1, the Connally star and two-way Waco (Texas), basketball player has made a verbal commitment for Oklahoma State football.

Even before the offer news came down, the 6-foot-2, 190-pound prospect had been alluding to taking a visit to Austin relatively soon. On3 reported earlier in the week that he would likely visit Austin this weekend, with Iowa State in attendance.

Many top Texas commitments, including Arch Manning, are expected back in Austin for the Big 12 matchup, so tracking McDonald is worth some attention moving forward.


There was no shortage of reaction from the college football world following Texas’ statement win over Oklahoma on Saturday.

From commentators to coaches, fans and of course recruits — plenty was said.

For Texas commitment Cedric Baxter, the top back in the nation in the SI99 rankings, it was more proof of concept in how Steve Sarkisian utilized running backs in the win.

“I think the way they just used the backs speaks for itself and why I committed there,” Baxter told SBLive.

Star back Bijan Robinson rushed for 130 yards and a pair of scores while reserves Roschon Johnson and Keilan Robinson each averaged better than 6 yards per carry as well. The trio added six catches for 79 yards and a score (Robinson) in the win, too.


Arch Manning will be back in Austin this month.

The elite recruit, who just broke his uncle’s passing records at Isidore Newman High School in New Orleans, will take an unofficial visit to campus the weekend of October 15 when Iowa State is in town. Inside Texas first reported the news.

Manning, who committed to Texas and spurred the nation’s hottest recruiting run in June, has led Newman to a 4-1 record thus far in 2022. The quarterback has started on varsity since his freshman season in 2019.

Texas holds a top-five consensus recruiting class of 2023 to date.


Yet another top commitment for the Longhorns will take a visit to the Alabama Crimson Tide, in New Iberia (LA) safety Derek Williams, according to a report from On3’s Sam Spiegelman.

The visit to Tuscaloosa will be an unofficial one for Williams.

” This visit does loom large,” Spiegelman stated. “Pete Golding leads the recruitment for Derek Williams. Pete Golding, as you may know, signed a player from New Iberia Westgate last season from Danny Lewis, who was wanted both by LSU (and Florida). He’s been the lead guy and Derek’s recruiter for many years so this visit is a long one. Along with Alabama, LSU and Texas A&M, Miami is still trying to get their shot with Derek Williams. “

Williams currently holds the No. 2 safety and the No. 32 overall player in the 2023 SI99.


According to a report, Longhorns defensive back commitment Malik Muhammad will take an official visit to Tuscaloosa for the Crimson Tide’s matchup against Mississippi State. This will be Muhammad’s fourth visit to Tuscaloosa.

He will also take a visit to Texas A&M on October 29 against Ole Miss. Jayvon Thomas, Muhammad’s high school friend, is currently committed to Aggies.

Muhammad first committed to the Longhorns this summer in July.


In the wake of their loss of Jalen Hale to Alabama on Wednesday, the Texas Longhorns are set to receive an official visit from Louisville wide receiver commit DeAndre Moore of St. John Bosco (Bellflower, CA), per reports.

Moore de-committed from Oklahoma in January before committing to Louisville on May 31.

Moore has visited Texas before, most recently in the spring of this year. According to the report, Moore will be visiting Texas for one of their two home games in November.


The Texas Longhorns will hope to continue their recruiting momentum on Wednesday, September 21, with the announcement of wide receiver commitment Jalen Hale.

Hale will make his announcement at 12: 30 pm live on the Longview Gameday Facebook and Youtube pages, and will be deciding between the Longhorns, Alabama Crimson Tide, and Georgia Bulldogs.

Hale supports both Quinn Ewers, the Texas quarterback, and Arch Manning, who could give the Horns an edge.

“It definitely helps Texas that Quinn Ewers is on campus because he can spin it,” Hale told 247 Sports. “After Quinn, my quarterback would be Arch Manning so that’s something I look into. “


The Longhorns are set to host three elite visitors for their matchup vs. the UTSA Road Runners on Saturday, including two current commits in safety Derek Williams and running back Cedric Baxter.

2024 recruit Jordon Johnson-Rubell will also make the trip to Austin.

One of the top safety recruits in the 2024 class, Johnson-Rubell currently holds offers from Texas, Oklahoma, Oregon, TCU, and Texas A&M among others.


Texas is set to receive a major visitor this weekend when Phoenix (Ariz.) Pinnacle SI99 tight end Duce Robinson heads to the 40 Acres for the Longhorns matchup against the Alabama Crimson Tide. Robinson told Longhorns Country that he would be taking his official to the Texas-Bama match. “I’m really looking ahead to it. Coach Jeff Banks and me have been talking for quite some time. I was there at the end July and really enjoyed it. “

Robinson, who stands 6-6 and weighs in at 225 pounds, could fit a variety of needs for the Longhorns from his tight end spot, whether it be lining up on the line, in the slot, or as an outside receiver in the red zone.

And as evidenced by his 2021 season, in which he caught 60 passes for 972 yards and eight touchdowns, while also taking snaps as a rusher and even a quarterback at times, he could handle the load.


One of Texas’ top remaining football targets, Longview (Texas) High School wide receiver Jalen Hale, is closing in on a verbal commitment.

The SI99 prospect, who says he is down to Texas, Texas A&M, Alabama and Georgia, may be thinking about cutting the list ahead of the decision — at least privately.

On3’s Chad Simmons reports two teams emerging at the forefront of the race, including the next two he is set to visit in Alabama and Texas. Hale will be in Tuscaloosa this weekend and then will see the Longhorns host the Crimson Tide in Austin on September 10.

Hale is planning on revealing his college commitment on September 21.

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