Tere Calloway is not sure of dates yet but the Seattle (Wash.) Seattle Prep cornerback is sure of some visits as he looks to make his decision.
The 5-foot-11, 185-pound three-star recruit said he's definitely visiting Nevada and Southern Miss and is also taking a serious look at returning to SMU, this time for an official trip.
"Tatum (Taylor) just got offered by SMU so that's really big for me because Tatum is my best friend and we do everything together," Calloway said.
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"I might go on an official down there with Kolney (Cassel) and Tatum. I'd like to see the school with them. I'll probably give them an official but I'm not sure yet. I like SMU from what I got to see when I already visited there."
Calloway, who looked good this summer at the B2G Elite Camp, has already taken one trip to Nevada and he promised the coaches an official so he'll return sometime this season. Taylor might be on that trip as well.
"I really like that coaching staff and everything about that school was just great," Calloway said. "Tatum also has an offer from them. They're definitely high on my list. I'm not sure which game I'm going to yet."
The Seattle Prep standout visited Texas Tech this summer but the Red Raiders filled up at defensive back and there is no spot for Calloway, who said if something opens up he'll be contacted but it doesn't look like an option at this point.
"Texas Tech wanted me to let them know how high they are on my list," Calloway said. "They said they have so much talent in Texas that they don't want to go after a kid all the way from Seattle if they're not sure they're going to get him.
"When I was down there, though, I think they got their last commitment from a DB so if that opens back up I'm sure they'll offer. Right now they might be full."
Calloway is looking at some visits but he's also open to other programs - especially those from bigger conferences like the Pac-12.
He's planning to have a big senior season and is hopeful more colleges take notice.
"I'm expecting to have a really big season this year and I'm hoping to get more offers from that," Calloway said. "I wouldn't doubt if more schools came calling once the season started so I'll weigh my options but I'm not waiting on a particular school to jump in."