Denton (Texas) Ryan quarterback Justin Willis has not taken any official visits yet, but the schedule has still been full for the three-star rated quarterback.
"He has taken no official visits yet," Sam Willis, Justin's father, said. "He's having to work around the basketball schedule now. They were in the playoffs until they got beat by Southlake Carroll in the regional finals and then Carroll won the title yesterday. Now, he's trying to get some things scheduled."
The first visit is on the calendar for next month.
"We are going Jan. 7 to Tulsa," he said. "Then we'll go from there. We don't know where, but he'll get a couple others in too. New Mexico is in a bowl game, SMU is right down the road, so they'll be easy to schedule. SMU and Tulsa have been by the house. They are very interested in him.
"He still has some interest in Kansas State, but I'm not sure how much they have in him. They came down and got some film and talked to he head coach about him. We haven't heard anything from them. That has been a little over two weeks ago. I think they are interested, but with the dead period, we won't hear anything from them for a couple weeks now. They are a real good program."
Wills finished the 2004 season with just over 3,000 yards passing and 1,080 yards rushing. He threw 32 touchdown passes and rushed for 13 additional scores. His performance on the field led to him being named second team all-state quarterback in Class 5A behind Chase Daniel of Southlake Carroll.
He finished up with 32 touchdown passes, 3,000 yards passing, and 1,080 yards rushing and 13 touchdowns.