The above video features season-opening "Midnight Madness" practice clips of 2017 four-star receiver Omar Manning, Scout's No. 1 wideout in the Lone Star State.
Manning looked great in the first practice of the 2016 campaign. He appears to have improved his fluidity and short-area agility, showing good foot quickness in receiver drills.
After visiting programs such as Oklahoma, Texas, TCU, and Texas A&M during the offseason, Manning told Scout that he has few schools he's focused on. For a full update with Manning, check out this story: No. 1 Receiver in Texas Nearing Decision?
The 6-foot-3, 203-pound Manning is primed for a big senior season after a breakout 2015 campaign that saw him catch 33 passes for 671 yards and a team-leading 12 touchdowns on more than 20 yards per reception.
Manning will team with fellow 2017 playmaker Cartrell Thomas to give Lancaster High School, a talent-laden Texas Class 5A program just south of Dallas, one of the top receiver duos in the Lone Star State.
In addition to his No. 1 ranking in Texas, Manning is No. 9 nationally at his position and the No. 72 overall prospect in the 2017 Scout 300.
Stick with Scout as we continue to monitor any developments in Manning's recruitment.
Below are junior-season highlights of Manning: