The decision is close for Aldine, Texas cornerback Terrance Anderson. It's so close, that the four-star Rivals250 prospect has one of his top two emerging as a leader.
Oklahoma and Oklahoma State have been battling it out for some time as Anderson ponders over things to make a decision between one of the state schools. However, recent developments and with a commitment approaching, things are pointing towards one over the other.
"I think Oklahoma State has moved to the front," Anderson said. "It's getting closer and I saw on television that Oklahoma lost one of their coaches. A coaching change is not a good thing in my opinion, because that new person has not seen what I can do."
Anderson is getting so close to a decision that many may not have to wait for Christmas Day to find out where he's headed.
"To be honest with you, it might be before then," Anderson said. "I've talked with Oklahoma State quite a bit but I haven't talked with Oklahoma as much. I understand that they've had to figure things out with the coaches, so it makes sense."
"It's about time to move on and make the call."
Anderson is rated as the No. 19 cornerback in the country and the No. 20 overall player in the state of Texas.