Devin Duvernay, the No. 4 wide receiver in the 2016 class according to 247Sports.com, is set to visit both TCU and Texas this weekend, according to ESPN's Gerry Hamilton. Oklahoma is apparently also in consideration for Duvernay's services.
Duvernay was originally committed to and "signed" by Baylor, but recent events have had the elite receiver and his brother, Donovan, looking elsewhere.
Of course, you might remember that Devin's NLI with Baylor was never sent to the NCAA, meaning that he was never actually bonded to the university. He's free to communicate with other schools, and other schools with him, as he looks for a new place to land.
Devin would be an incredible addition to TCU's 2016 recruiting class, and would alleviate some of the stress of finding an elite receiver for the 2017 class, which is already going to be a very small class.
Of course, his brother will likely want to play wherever he goes, so if TCU wants to bring Devin aboard, they need to be ready to bring Donovan on as well, if/when the 3-star cornerback is released from his NLI with Baylor.