For Youngstown (Ohio) Cardinal Mooney four-star outside linebacker Taylor Hill it's been a whirlwind few days.
Last week, Hill, a 6-foot-2, 205-pound Rivals250 selection, told Oklahoma he wanted to take other visits and might be leaning toward staying closer to home.
The Sooners then decided to pull their offer, which left him on the verge of committing to West Virginia, a school hundreds of miles closer to home.
But now those plans have now also changed with the departure of Rich Rodriguez to Michigan.
"I just heard about coach Rodriguez today," Hill said. "I have really got to sit down and re-think some things now. I am not sure what my plan is going to be from here on out."
Hill had already visited Oklahoma and West Virginia, but now he's going to have to work on new visit plans and new options. He has offers from Indiana, Michigan State, Pittsburgh, Syracuse, Wisconsin and others, but many schools backed off when he originally committed to Oklahoma.
"I am going to open it up a little," he said. "I am going to take a visit to Michigan State on Jan. 11, I think. I am looking forward to checking out everything up there. I am not eliminating West Virginia at all right now. I just want to wait it out and try to see what happens next.
"I don't have any favorites or anything like that, and no visits scheduled other than Michigan State. I'm just waiting right now."
When the time is right, Hill knows what the perfect school will have.
"I am just looking for a school where I like the people," he said. "I want to see good interaction between the coaches and players, and I want to see if I can be a part of what they have going on. I am also looking into the academics side of things. I am majoring in business for sure maybe business management."