It's down to two schools for one of Colorado's best players.
After taking a visit to Texas this past weekend, Littleton (Co.) Highlands
Ranch offensive lineman Kasey Studdard has decided that he's almost ready to make a decision.
"It's between Texas and Colorado," Studdard said. "I've got to sit down now and make a decision. I'll probably decide in about a week."
Studdard, who is the son of former Texas standout Dave Studdard, visited Austin this weekend with the son of another former Longhorn, Scottsdale (Ariz.) Chaparral defensive tackle Lyle Sendlien.
"We ate a lot," Studdard said. "I ate a ton. Lyle and I really ate a lot. It was really good."
The 6-2, 260-pound Studdard, who is rated as the No.9 offensive guard in the nation by Rivals100, also has offers from Miami, Tennessee and USC among others.