Dallas safety ready to decide on school

Dallas (Texas) Lincoln safety Courtney Herndon has taken both of his official visits and last night he hosted the coaches from both of his final schools. Now, the three-star safety is sitting down with his family and talking over all of the new information they have taken in over the last four days.
"It was a busy weekend," the 5-foot-10, 200-pound Herndon said. "I tripped to both K-State and KU. Then I came home on Monday. Tuesday was kind of a recovery day and then Wednesday, we had Coach (Bill) Snyder from K-State and Coach (Mark) Mangino here in our house."
The evening ended after 10 o'clock for the Herndon family.
"Coach Snyder was first," he said. "I forget how long he was here. Then Coach Mangino came in. It was after 10 when he left, and then I had school today. I really haven't had a lot of time to think over what I heard last night. Now, that I am home and my parents are getting home, we'll talk over what we heard last night.
"It was really a review for me. I had been there and seen everything and heard everything. This was the first time my parents were hearing some of that stuff. Now, I can sit down with them and talk it over."
The No. 85 rated player in Texas had committed to K-State during the summer, but is nearing a final decision now that the process is nearing an end.
"I do think it will take quite a bit for me to change my mind," he said. "I'm going to talk it over with my parents and then I can make my final choice. I will have my final decision on Sunday."