After the Texas junior day, the next stop for Rivals100 defensive end Richetti Jones was the Oklahoma State junior day. The 6-foot-3, 234-pounder made his way to Stillwater and came away impressed with the second school he's seen this spring.
"It was nice you know," Jones said about his visit to see the Cowboys. "I've got a natural comfort with them because they were the first major school I visited. I went up there last year for the Texas game. I really like it."
Though he admits Texas is still his leader, he also states that OSU isn't too far behind the pack. Having visited there several times, they're moving up on his list.
"Both teams are high on my list," Jones said. "That's pretty much the case with me. I did make it clear to them just like Texas that I'm going to sit back and not make any big decisions right now.
"These schools know that when I make my decision and give my word, that's it – everybody else can hang it up."
As has been the case before, the Longhorns lead but Jones has his eye on highly touted freshmen from last year in Sergio Kindle and Eddie Jones.
"My decision really relies on them to a certain degree," Jones said about the UT newcomers. "They're projected to go in and compete. I'm only a junior so I'll watch the whole season to see what happens. They say they came to play, so we'll see.
"If they do, I'll be playing with them."