If you want to know about a disappointed senior not going to the playoffs, then just talk with Galveston (Texas) Ball defensive end Dwayne Bazile who along with his teammate Rajon Henley did not make the post-season.
An eligibility issue with a teammate caused the entire Ball team to be removed from post-season competition. However, the 6-foot-3, 233-pound defensive end Bazile has recruiting to look forward to now.
"I'm thinking about it more you could say," Bazile said. "I haven't set up any more visits, but I'm going to start getting that going some more. I've visited both Texas Tech and Utah, and they're both good programs and really good schools."
"Both of them are about equal right now."
Bazile mentioned that Missouri, Iowa State, and TCU are all possibilities now for his final three official visit slots. All three of those schools have offered within the last few weeks.
"TCU surprised me when their offer came," Bazile said. "I don't know, I just hadn't heard much from them and then they offered."
As for which team has been the most active in calling, Bazile says that title goes to Texas Tech and Iowa State. The close attention will only become heavier as the end of the year approaches.
"I'm trying to make my decision before the end of the semester," he said. "Right at the end of December, I want to know where I'm going."