Euless (Texas) Trinity offensive guard Ofa Mohetau isn't set on one school yet.
"I'm not a lock for Texas," Mohetau said. "I've had several people call recently asking if I was going to commit to Texas, or if they were my top school. They are recruiting me, but I'm not sure that is where I want to end up."
Mohetau, the top rated guard in the country, has news for all schools recruiting him.
"I'm thinking I want to play out of state," the 6-foot-3, 335-pound Mohetau said. "There are several schools in the area that are recruiting me. I have some choices."
As for making a choice, Mohetau doesn't plan on rushing into a decision.
"I don't want to make a choice quick and then regret it later. Everything will take care of itself as far as recruiting goes. I just need to focus on playing football."
Mohetau is being recruited by schools from coast to coast, including Florida, Arizona State, Arizona and several Big 12 schools.
"The schools in the Big 12 are really appealing to me right now," Mohetau said. "It is one of the best conferences in the nation."