But the big question is, did he walk away with an offer?
"No, I did not receive an offer from Texas, but they said they are still looking at me," the 6-foot-2, 200-pound Blake said. "Nothing has really changed. I talked to coach (Mack) Brown, (Greg) Davis and the wide receivers coach (Bobby Kennedy) and they still want me to come to summer camp."
During his trip, he got the chance to check out practice and to see "how they operate" as he put it.
He is still open to all of his options and said many are amazed about how he feels about some of the schools that have already offered him.
"I like Oregon and, people would be surprised, but Tulsa stands out a lot as well," Blake said. "I am going to pay them (Tulsa) a visit soon. I may go down there the weekend of April 18-19."
With Texas, Blake remains patient to see if, or when, an offer will be presented.
"Of course I would love to get an offer from Texas," Blake said. "Why not? Texas is a great school with a great tradition. I love the facilities and the coaching staff. I would love to get it (offer)."
Blake is currently involved with track, but manages to still stay on top of football preparations. He and his father, former NFL quarterback Jeff Blake, throw routes with each other at least three times a week.
Blake, who will start spring practice in late April, played in five games and recorded 1,000 all-purpose yards and seven touchdowns.