After an unofficial visit to Oklahoma two weeks ago, St. Louis Kirkwood receiver Jeremy Maclin said a decision "could be any day now." Almost 14 days have passed since he made that statement, so where is he now with his timeline?
"Oklahoma is up there," Maclin, who is 6-foot and 187 pounds, said.
"I guess I'm sort of close to making a decision. I just want to be sure, because this is such a big decision. I don't want to rush into it too fast. It could be a few days, but it could be a while, too."
Maclin, ranked as the No. 3 player in Missouri and a member of the Rivals250, said Oklahoma is his leader over Illinois. He also has offers from Iowa, Michigan State, Texas Tech, Ole Miss, Missouri and Northwestern.
"It's Oklahoma right now," Maclin said. "I really like coach (Darrell) Wyatt. He's real cool and down to earth so I like talking to him a lot."
Still the decision hasn't been made and Maclin still has some talking and thinking to do.
"I've been talking to Oklahoma and Illinois the most," he said. "I guess I need to talk to some more people and figure this thing out."
As a junior, Maclin had 58 receptions for 1,184 yards receiving. He also averaged 23.9 yards a kickoff return and 12.2 yards a punt return.