Ibiloye keeping all options open

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Two scholarship offers have turned to four for South Garland (Texas) High School linebacker/safety Joseph Ibiloye.
The 6-foot-3, 197-pounder grabbed his first offers from Oklahoma and Texas A&M. Now, the talented defender has added offers from Wisconsin and Oklahoma State. Ibiloye says that he's also backing away from talk of a favorite.
"I don't really have a favorite anymore," Ibiloye said. "It's pretty much open. I'm up to four offers. When I get all of the offers that are going to come early, I'll start picking out favorites."
Ibiloye has the quickness to play safety, but is built like a linebacker. The North Texas prospect says that coaches have talked about both.
"Safety is where everybody is recruiting me, but they've talked about linebacker with me to," Ibiloye said. "On the unofficial visits, they talked a lot about me playing safety."
Ibiloye says that both Texas and Texas Tech are showing interest and an offer is possible from both in the coming months. He also says he has plans to visit another Big 12 school in the coming weeks.
"I'm probably going to visit Oklahoma not this weekend, but the next," Ibiloye said. "I went to Oklahoma State and Texas A&M this last weekend. They were both really good visits. The coaches were cool and so were the players.
"At A&M, the coaches were great. I just liked how they approached me. Oklahoma State, we got to see a basketball game and that was pretty cool to see those guys play."
As for a decision, Ibiloye says that will most likely not happen until the summer.