Dallas (Texas) Carter three-star athlete Corey Avery continues to receive attention from across the country.
Programs such as Kansas, Kansas State, Oklahoma State, Texas, and Ohio State continue to pursue the abilities of the 5-foot-10, 170-pound standout. He has not scheduled any official visits but several are working in that direction.
As signing day gets closer, Avery is beginning to focus in on a few programs and one school has caught his attention - the University of Texas.
"I think they have a good offense and a good educational program at the school," Avery said. "They're building, they're in the process, and I think I'll be able to help them build up their team."
Avery keeps in touch with Texas assistant Bruce Chambers on a regular basis, and a December official visit has been discussed.
In addition to the Longhorns, Avery also likes what he has seen from Texas Tech and Oklahoma State, and he hopes to make a decision in the near future.
"Probably by the end of this month," Avery said.
As a senior, Avery helped Carter to an 8-3 finish and the first round of the playoffs. He recorded 1,668 yards and 18 touchdowns on 158 carries and 16 receptions for 249 yards and 4 touchdowns.