3 Texas underclassmen impressing in summer workouts

Texas underclassmen are showing they can play a prominent role in the team's on-the-field success in the SEC in 2024 so far this summer.
Arch Manning, Texas football
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Arch Manning, Texas football
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Arch Manning, QB

Arch has garnered headlines for how much he has improved in multiple facets since the start of spring camp a few months ago and since last offseason when he was a true freshman on campus.

Since he first arrived on campus a bit undersized and raw last spring, Arch has transformed his body and gotten up to speed (if not better) with his understanding of Sarkisian's offense to get the ball out more quickly on and time to his receivers.

Not only has Manning impressed with how hard he's working in summer S&C, but also with his solid showing at the Manning Passing Academy last week and last weekend. Manning joined redshirt junior quarterback Quinn Ewers as the two Texas representatives at the Manning Passing Academy within the last few days.

Both Ewers and Manning looked tremendous with their throws in cleats and shorts and in 5-on-5 work at the Manning Passing Academy.

It's the progress in summer workouts and in 7-on-7 work in the last month that is really encouraging regarding Manning's development this offseason. Manning is reportedly "turning heads" in summer S&C with how good of shape he's gotten in this offseason and how strong he is now.

In 7-on-7 work, Manning has been extremely impressive with his on-time and accurate throws, especially in the short and intermediate passing game with his wideouts.

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