After grabbing a mountain of scholarship offers, it's now time for Aldine (Texas) Rivals250 four-star cornerback Terrance Anderson to look at official visits with three in the works.
Oklahoma and Oklahoma State have been his leading teams for some time but now things are starting to shake up with in his top five. The three teams behind OU and OSU are starting to shift and the 5-foot-10, 163-pound Anderson is ready to name set some trips up for the fall.
"Texas A&M is my No. 3 now because I went to the camp down there and I was around that staff that made me feel real comfortable," Anderson said. "Then it's Utah at No. 4 and Northwestern at No. 5 because that's my first offer."
"I'm getting trips set up to Texas A&M, Oklahoma, and Oklahoma State right now. We're just working on the right dates."
His top two have remained solid for Anderson because he feels that it's hard to ignore the Oklahoma programs.
"OU is a football powerhouse and if they offer anybody, they have no choice but to keep them in the top five," Anderson said. "Oklahoma State has such a great staff that I've really liked since I went to camp there. They'll be exciting to watch in the Big 12."
Utah is a new team in the group and the playbook did it for Anderson. They join quite the competition, but appear to be in the thick of things.
"They've got an explosive team and I could fit in there," Anderson said.
The Texas prospect is not going to make his decision before the season starts. In fact, he's not real dead set on exactly when he'll make up his mind.
"Really I'm just weighing my options," Anderson said. "It's just a lot of attention but I deal with it. I talk to the coaches a lot on the phone, even though it seems like they all say the same thing."
"My decision will come at the end of my season after my visits and I'll judge where I feel most comfortable."
Anderson is rated the No. 20 player in the state of Texas.