Copperas Cove, Texas wide receiver Rashad Hawk wasn't lacking interest when he made his commitment to Texas Tech a couple weeks ago, but it seems like since his decision, someone flipped the switch for the flood of new schools showing up with an offer and interest.
The 6-foot-3, 180-pound Red Raider commit received an offer from Missouri last week. Hawk, who says he was interested in Missouri early on, apparently isn't paying much attention. His focus is squarely on his future college in Lubbock.
"It's a pretty good school, they've got a good quarterback coming in that played in Texas Chase Daniel, but it's too late," Hawk said. "It could have been nice playing with him, but I'm not going anywhere but Texas Tech."
Hawk, who says that may not have completely ruled out a few more visits when he committed apparenlty is more solid now than he was when making his decision. He says that the more he thinks about his future at Tech, the more excited he gets.
"It's just a great school and a great passing team," he said. "You go where you can get the ball if you're a receiver. It's the best place to be for that and that's where I'm going."
Hawk mentioned that Nebraska, Kansas, and Michigan State could also offer him before he signs his letter-of-intent, but he's a solid commitment to the Red Raiders.