Pittsburg, Kan., quarterback Kerry Meier will make official visit No. 2 of the year this weekend as he turns his attention to the hardwoods in southeast Kansas.
“Kerry is now on to basketball,” Pittsburg coach Merle Clark said. “Our season wrapped up and he has moved on for now to that season. He isn’t able to go much, though as he injured his shoulder while making a tackle in the fourth quarter of the last game.”
Meier’s shoulder won’t keep him from making a visit to Lawrence, Kan., this weekend.
“He’s headed to KU Friday,” Clark said. “He’s looking forward to it so he can visit with the players and the coaches and see what it is like there. I don’t believe he has any other visits scheduled.”
Meier’s list of schools has not really changed according to his coach.
“I’d say it is about the same. I think Texas A&M, Kansas, Tulsa and Kansas State at the top of the list of schools he is considering. We’ve gotten requests from Army, Wyoming and Colorado State recently for film and we are trying to put it together for them.”
Meier and his family will evaluate the schools and try and make the best choice for the 6-foot-2, 203-pound signal caller.
“I’ve given my advice to Kerry as to what he should look for in a school. I think there are a lot of things to take into consideration, and I’ve done what I can to offer those things to look into. I won’t try and offer him my opinion where he should go, because that isn’t my job.”