Another offer has come in for Rivals100 wide receiver Dez Bryant but his current top five appears to be pretty solid as the spring moves along.
The 6-foot-1, 195-pounder added an Indiana offer recently, but Bryant says his top five remains the same with Texas Tech, Texas, Oklahoma, LSU, and Texas A&M holding an early lead. Tech and A&M were leading, but it appears things are a little bit more even right now.
"It's a pretty solid top five," Bryant said. "Texas Tech passes the ball a lot and Texas just wins championships. Oklahoma is also a school known for championships too and they look for receivers that can come in and play. Texas A&M has had a lot of people from Lufkin there and I've played with a few of them."
As for college visits, so far Bryant has only been to College Station to see the Aggies. Other than the NIKE Training Camp on April 22, there is nothing else planned.
"I'm going to go to some camps this summer, but I just don't know which colleges I'm going to go to for that," Bryant said.
Florida and Southern Cal are two teams making their way into the mix. Though they have yet to offer, Bryant says that the attention has been very impressive.
"Florida has sent me text messages and stuff," Bryant said. "I've talked with USC too. In one of my letters from them, they said they were coming to get me. So it was personal and I liked that."
Bryant says that he's not near a decision and will go through the summer before making his pick.