Wide receiver Vidal Hazelton out of Staten Island (N.Y.) Moore Catholic has hauled in another offer, this time from the Big 12.
The 6-foot-2, 190-pounder recently picked up an offer from Oklahoma State.
"I like the competition level that Oklahoma State has being in the Big 12, that's the big thing that interests me about them," he said. "I'm still wide open though."
The talented wide receiver took another visit to Virginia this past weekend and also visited North Carolina and Pitt. He also plans on taking a visit to Boston College April 9th or 16th a trip back to Virginia.
"I spent the most time talking to the coaches at Virginia," said Hazelton, who previously visited Charlottesville in February. "I got a really good feel for them, especially the wide receivers coach. UNC has a great campus and I talked with Pitt's wide receiver coach as well. They were all good trips, but Virginia really impressed my dad."
It seems the Cavaliers have a strong lead for Hazelton. Can anyone compete since he would like to make an early decision.
"I'm just looking forward to having a good time at Boston College with the coaches and getting to know them and meet some of the players," he said. "I'm real cool with Coach Bill McGovern, he's a nice guy and I can't wait to meet him in person.
"I am considering all the schools that have offered. Virginia has an advantage because I've seen them twice now, but no decision has been made. I do want to decide soon if I can to get things over with."
Hazelton has also talked to Syracuse recently.
"They said they sent me an offer, so I'll have to call them and follow up on that," he said. "But I've had a chance to talk to the new staff and they sound like really nice people."
This spring Hazelton is preparing for the upcoming Nike Camp at Penn State and the Elite College Combine at East Rutherford by running track and lifting weights.
"I'm running track with my speed coach and I've seen a big improvement," he said. "I'm trying to get my speed down to a 4.4-second 40-yard dash."
Hazelton holds offers from Pittsburgh, Auburn, Boston College, Maryland, Michigan State, Miami, North Carolina, Rutgers, Virginia and a handful of others.
Last season he ran for 240 yards and four touchdowns and caught 39 passes for 784 yards and 17 touchdowns. On defense, he posted 28 tackles and three sacks.