Since de-committing from Colorado last week, three-star wide receiver Chance Blackmon says things have been pretty quiet on the recruiting front so far.
The 6-foot-3, 190-pound prospect from Tatum, Texas says that he's focused on several schools such as Florida, Tennessee, Oklahoma State, Houston, and Colorado now that things have opened up.
"I haven't received anything (offers) new," Blackmon said. "I've heard from Oklahoma State, but I'm just waiting things out right now."
Blackmon, the No. 81 overall prospect in the state, says that he hasn't made a plan for upcoming visits. However, with plans to graduate early, he is definitely looking to get his decision over before Signing Day.
"I'm probably going to make up my mind on where I'm going before my football season is over because I'm going to graduate early," he said. "So it will probably be after the season, but not anytime soon."
Oklahoma State is one school that could be making their offer an official one. He also has offers from Colorado, Colorado State, Houston, and Kansas State. Tennessee and Florida are showing interest at this time.
Regardless of when his decision is, Blackmon says he'll be looking at several factors to narrow his list to just one school.
"Playing time and the tradition of the school," he said about characteristics he's looking for in picking a school. "I want to play as early as I can, but it's really about the place that I can be the most successful at really."