Aside from what had been said in the past, four-star Rivals100 running back Michael Goodson apparently hasn't cut the Oklahoma State Cowboys completely from his final list.
Though he was quoted as saying that OSU, where he was committed to for several months since the summer, was somewhat out of the race that only included Southern cal and Texas A&M, it appears his father, Mike Goodson, says that don't count the Cowboys out yet.
"Well right now, yes, Oklahoma State is still in the picture," Goodson's father said. "It's never that they were completely out, but when he reopened things, he wanted to get a clear look at what else was out there. After visiting the West Coast and coming back to visit A&M, he just felt like he wanted a good last look at the other options."
"It's pretty much those three all together. He got his last visit with A&M this past weekend and really enjoyed that."
Goodson, the No. 5 rated player in Texas, will go into the Army All-American Bowl where he will announce his decision on Jan. 7.
"He's done with visits," Goodson's father said. "Miami wants him to come down there. I'm not sure if he'll go because they want to do it in January. That doesn't make a lot of sense if that is when he wants to decide."
"He's ready to get it over with."
It appears it's not down to two just yet for the 6-foot, 205-pound top rated back. In fact, it seems the race is getting tighter by the minute.
Goodson is rated as the No. 5 rated player in the state of Texas and the No. 44 overall prospect in the nation.