Texas receivers coach Drew Mehringer answers questions from the local media about his strategy for the Texas Longhorns at the Moncrief Athletics Complex, UT campus at Royal-Memorial Stadium on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017.


Texas extends offer to sophomore wide receiver Troy Omeire

Posted April 17th, 2018


Texas extended its 15th offer of the 2020 class Tuesday night when the Longhorns offered wide receiver Troy Omeire. The 6-foot-3.5, 205-pound product of Fort Bend Austin is a four-star prospect with a big frame an impressive offer list for a sophomore.


He picked up an offer from Texas A&M during a visit in January and has piled up offers from Arkansas, Louisville and Georgia since.


Omeire was a first-team all-district selection in 2017, finishing his first varsity season with 39 receptions for 742 yards and eight touchdowns. He’s big, athletic receiver who plays club 7-on-7 with Texas Team Elite. He joins North Forest’s Demond Demas as the only in-state sophomores with offers at the wide receiver position.

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