4-Star Athlete still has two top schools

Jason Carter, who is from Jenks High School is being recruited as a receiver and cornerback.
The 6-foot-0, 178 pound athlete has five receptions for 90 yards and three touchdowns as a receiver and 15 tackles, eight sacks and four interceptions as a cornerback.
He will make an unofficial visits to Oklahoma for the Baylor game on October 20th.
Tennessee and Oklahoma now top his list of favorites.
He will be setting up his official visits very soon. They will be taken in late December and early January, so that he can make his decision in late January.
If he had to make his official visits, they would be to the following (his comments follow - all *new quotes*):
Oklahoma - "It's my childhood favorite, I've been a long time Oklahoma fan. It's my dream school and I have a friend who attends there and plays for them."
Kansas - "I promised to take a visit there and since I'll be making an unofficial to Oklahoma, I can replace Oklahoma with Kansas for the official."
Miami - "They play an explosive offense and lots of defensive backs in their schemes and it's Miami."
Tennessee - "They play in front of 100,000 fans every game at home."
Alabama - "The running game and it's Alabama."
Nebraska - "It's a good environment up there, according to my high school coach."
Jason said of the most impressive coach he's talked to - "Mike Stoops of Oklahoma, Steve Caldwell of Tennessee and Coach Thurman of Alabama, because I have a good time talking to them and they make it sound fun to play for their teams."