The Texas Longhorns are out of the Ian Symonette sweepstakes, by their own accord.
The Longhorns have taken Symonette's offer off the table because they are full at his position for 2006.
"It's a process," he said. "I understand. I'm going to get through with the football season and then really concentrate on my college choice."
With Texas out, the four-star lineman's final four include Miami (Fla.), LSU, Oklahoma and Texas A&M.
He has a visit set to Miami on December 16th and will have to reschedule his visit to Oklahoma he missed this past weekend.
"We talk a lot about the recruiting process and I don't know that he has a favorite right now," St. Pius coach Robin Kirk said. "Coach Stoops calls him personally and Coach (Les) Miles and (Larry) Coker have been here to see him in person. Everyone knows that there is a premium on big offensive lineman, and college coaches need them.
"OU is telling him that if he comes in and does what they ask that he could play next year. That's impressive for a freshman," he said. "He can do it with his work ethic and how much he's progressed already."
St. Pius is 6-1 this season and should go deep into the playoffs, seeing that they made the state semi-finals last year with a younger team.