Since de-committing from Arizona State last week, Austin (Texas) Westlake quarterback Nick Foles is still undecided about his future on Signing Day.
The 6-foot-5, 235-pounder and his father are currently listening to a number of schools. The plan for Foles doesn't include signing on Wednesday when many of the other top senior prospects ink their letters-of-intent. Foles' father says that they're going to take their time and see which schools are out there.
"He's got some good interest from several schools and he's just waiting," Foles said. "He knew after Signing Day there would be a lot more interest. Sure enough, there is and coaches are asking about him."
Foles' father says that he's not going to disclose which teams have put scholarship offers on the table this late in the process for his son. Baylor and Michigan State were two schools that had been talked about in previous reports.
"Those are great schools and great coaches, so it's hard not to consider them," Foles said. "We're going to decide what we're going to do possibly if we need to take a visit this weekend. We may take some trips, meet some coaches, and meet the people. The most important is to go somewhere that is a place with high integrity."
Foles is rated as the No. 30 pro-style quarterback in the country.