Calloway considers official visits

Tere Calloway recently returned from an unofficial visit to Nevada and since it was such a good trip the Seattle (Wash.) Seattle Prep cornerback plans to return.
"I came back from Nevada last week and I promised them an official," Calloway said. "I'll be taking an official visit there so that will be one of my official visits.
"I really liked that visit. That was the only visit I actually got to watch film with the coach. I actually got to sit down with the defensive backs coach for about two hours and I got to see how he coaches and what he's looking for from players and how I'd fit in."

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Calloway, a 5-foot-11, 185-pound three-star prospect, is considering other official visits as well.
SMU is a serious contender in his recruitment and an official trip might happen or he can take another unofficial which is being planned. He's already been there once and plans to return with some friends.
"I'm thinking about other officials but I'm not sure yet," Calloway said.
"SMU will probably get an official as well as Nevada but it's not set yet. I'm not sure if I want to use an official to SMU since I already visited and I think I might go visit again with Kolney (Cassel) and Tatum (Taylor) so I'm not sure."
In total, Calloway lists offers from Colorado, Idaho, Memphis, Montana, Nevada, Portland State, Purdue, San Diego State, SMU, Southern Miss, Syracuse, Temple, Tulane and Wyoming.
Since his list is getting longer, Calloway hopes to narrow things down shortly and then focus on his official visit schedule.
"I'm going to try to start narrowing things down but I'm sure I'm going to get some late offers this season and we'll go from there," Calloway said.
"I still plan on taking all my officials and taking it slow. I don't see a need to rush into a commitment and then my feelings change and I'm not 100 percent sure about the school I'm going to. I'm going to take my time and let it run its course."
Rivals.com rates Calloway as the No. 63 cornerback in the 2013 class and seventh in the Washington state rankings.