Jordan Whittington's health is good. On Monday, the Texas wide receiver worked out while wearing a non-contact jersey.
The good news suggests that the receiving corps of the Longhorns, which is a well-oiled machine, might be fully functional when the season begins.
To be clear, if Whittington is unable to play, Texas will not disintegrate.
Even if one of the top five receivers gets hurt, the team will still be able to function if the other members are healthy.
In case you still aren't convinced, backup slot receiver Johntay Cook scored two of Texas quarterback Quinn Ewers' three touchdowns at Saturday's scrimmage.
Texas can now tax defenses without relying just on one or two players to perform under pressure.
Johntay Cook, DeAndre Moore, and Casey Cain complete this group of receivers, which has seven to eight playmakers in all. Another prospective contributor is rumored to be Ryan Niblett.
When the Longhorns open the season in less than three weeks, they intend to have access to their entire arsenal.