Midlothian, Texas quarterback Bryce Petty is like a lot of high school football prospects during the recruiting dead period, waiting for more calls to come.
"There hasn't been a whole lot going on," the 6-foot-3, 212-pound Petty said. "The dead period where they can't talk to me, I don't know when that ends. As of right now, we're still in that and it is quiet."
Four schools have been involved in the process for the No. 24 ranked pro-style quarterback.
"I'm still hearing from SMU, Baylor, South Carolina and Arkansas," he said. "Baylor did offer me. SMU said as soon as I go up for my official visit I would get an offer.
"I am going to visit SMU the weekend of January 23. Baylor's coaches have told me that I can go up anytime, so I just need to pick a date. Arkansas is going to set up something with me after the dead period is over. I sent South Carolina the film and they watched it. They didn't see it in a whole lot of depth, since they are working on their bowl game."
At this point there is no favorite for the three-star rated signal caller.
"I don't have a favorite. All of them have shown interest in me and all of them are up there. I'll be traveling a lot in January."