Four-star WR thinks about visits

Corsicana, Texas, four-star receiver Omarius Hines is one of the top playmakers in Texas.
The 6-foot-1, 180-pounder averaged 19.4 yards a reception in 2006 and had 1,200 yards receiving. It's no surprise that Hines has a plethora of scholarship offers, and it's those offers that has him thinking about where he's going to take trips to.
For the record, Baylor, Kansas, Michigan, Oklahoma, Texas A&M, Texas Tech and West Virginia are the top teams that have offered him. He also is getting quite a bit of interest from the Florida Gators, and at this point Hines is starting to map out what schools will get official visits.
"I'll probably just take my official visits before I make any decisions," he said. "I haven't set those up yet, but I'm going to go to Florida and Michigan. I'm going to try to go there at least, and then OU, and that's all I know of right now."
When it comes time to find the perfect school, Hines has a simple formula.
"I want to be in an offense that throws the ball," he said. "I'm just looking to win a national championship and the school. I'm not worried about how far it is. You know the academics, the graduation rate, and just the general stuff.
Hines said he's been told by the Florida coaches that an offer should be coming after the start of his senior season. And speaking of that, he is excited about the start of practices.
"We've been working with our team in the mornings," he said. "We're looking good. I just want to have a better season I did last year. I'm still enjoying the process, and I plan on having a decision by the end of the season."