Dedeaux has KU and OSU leading

The calls have already started for three-star tight end Bradley Dedeaux of Midwest City (Okla.) and that is starting to shape up his favorites list.
When four offers in hand, Dedeaux received two phone calls on Sept. 1 from Kansas and Oklahoma State. Both schools have offered along with SMU and Tulsa, and after the phone conversations, the 6-foot-2, 238-pound player comes clean about his top two.
"Kansas and O-State are at the top of my list," Dedeaux said. "Kansas is just a little bit higher than Oklahoma State right now just because of their offense and how they use their tight ends. I know for sure I'm visiting there, but both coaching staffs are really great."
All schools on his list are recruiting him at tight end, though he can play some defensive end as well.
"I like tight end the best to be honest," Dedeaux said. "That's really the position I see myself playing so that's why I think a lot of schools are recruiting me that way."
His visits will be starting in October or later because for now he's focusing on the season and a late decision.
"My senior season will be over before I decide," Dedeaux said. "It may even be a little bit before Signing Day."
Dedeaux is rated as the No. 12 overall prospect in Oklahoma. He had 408 receiving yards and five touchdowns.