Seth Jacobs took his official visit to Oklahoma State this past weekend and apparently loved the place but the four-star linebacker from Arroyo Grande, Calif., is still going to take other visits before making his decision.
The 6-foot-2, 215-pound recruit seemed to thoroughly enjoy himself in Stillwater but not enough to make his commitment yet.
He still has two other trips and then will wait until National Signing Day to make his decision known.
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"I had a very good trip out there," Jacobs said of Oklahoma State. "It was very nice. It will definitely be one of the hats that will be out there.
"It is really comfortable there. You get comfortable with the area and the people that are there and they're all happy to be there. It was just a good experience."
So far, Jacobs has visited Arizona State, Arkansas and Oklahoma State and he said all three programs are still in contention.
He has visits to Colorado and UCLA over the next two weekends and then he'll announce his decision on National Signing Day.
Even if there was a leader, Jacobs is probably holding out until his announcement to make things known.
"I wouldn't say anyone is sticking out right now," Jacobs said.
"I'm going to have to sit back and think about it and take all my visits and then see what I think is best."
Rivals.com rates Jacobs as the No. 27 outside linebacker in the 2012 class and No. 38 in the California state rankings. In his senior season, Jacobs finished with 151 tackles. Arroyo Grande was 13-1.