The clock is ticking and Aldine, Texas cornerback Terrance Anderson knows his decision is close.
The four-star Rivals250 member has his list narrowed down to Oklahoma State and Oklahoma, as it has been for some time, and he knows that he's been on the verge of committing to one of the state schools for a long while. The only question is: when will that come?
"Well, there is no doubt that I'm getting closer," Anderson said. "I was thinking about making my decision after the Christmas break. You know, during the holidays it's chill time. Scouts, coaches, and everybody will be with their families enjoying themselves."
"I would like to just get the decision out of the way publicly so the phone calls just stop. It's been kind of crazy and I want to announce, get the word out, and be done."
Though it seems like the process is wearing on Anderson, the No. 18 rated cornerback in the nation contends that he is still enjoying things. In fact, some more research must be done to make a decision between the Cowboys and Sooners.
"When I went to both schools, they welcomed me with open arms," Anderson said. "That's an official visit, so they're going to roll out the red carpet. I had a good time at both schools. The differences will come down to the academic programs. I got a little taste with the academic centers, but I want to look deeper. That will help me make my pick."
Anderson says that has been narrowed down to OSU and OU longer than people think. Though his offer list is long, it's been these two for longer than people think.
"To be honest, it's been them two for a long time," Anderson said. "Not one is above the other and it's going to be a tough call right now."
Anderson is rated as the No. 20 overall prospect in Texas.