AUSTIN, TX – NOVEMBER 8: A general view of a Texas Longhorns bandmember cheering during the game against the Baylor Bears on November 8, 2008 at Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium in Austin, Texas. Texas won 45-21. (Photo by Brian Bahr/Getty Images)2021 five-star quarterback Jake Garcia is one of the top quarterbacks in the country and is already drawing NFL star comparisons. With just about every school eager to get him, gave an update that Texas fans will surely love.Speaking to 247Sports, Garcia stated that he had just wrapped up a visit to Miami (FL) and is scheduling a visit to Texas next month. He revealed that he previously saw some of the campus at last year’s Texas-West Virginia game and wants to see the rest.“I’m going to Dallas for an Under Armour Camp on July 20th,” Garcia said. “After the camp, I’m going to drive over to Austin and spend a couple of days on campus. I went to the Texas-West Virginia game last year and that was a great time but I didn’t really get to do the whole campus tour or spend time with the coaches since it was a game weekend.“This time around, I’ll be able to see more of the school and talk with the coaches, see how I fit in there. I went to a Satellite Camp that Texas was at earlier this summer and enjoyed working with the staff and I’m looking forward to building that relationship.”247Sports rates Garcia as the No. 19 overall prospect in the nation. He is the No. 4 pro-style quarterback in the country, and the No. 4 prospect from the state of California.His scouting report draws a pro-comparison to Los Angeles Rams star quarterback Jared Goff. Suffice it to say, Garcia is a player that every team in their right mind wants to get.As for the Longhorns, they face stiff opposition from several SEC and ACC giants in their recruitment efforts. He’s already paid unofficial visits to Alabama, Auburn, Florida State, and Miami (FL).As of writing, 247Sports’ Crystal Ball Predictions have named the Miami Hurricanes as the favorite with 83-percent of analyst predictions. Nebraska comes in second with 17-percent.Will a visit to Texas be enough to tip Garcia to the Longhorns?