Trip No. 3 is done and now Ruston, La., defensive tackle Kyle Williams sits at a crossroad.
"I don't know what's next," Williams, who is 6-foot-3 and 290 pounds, said. "Do I got ahead and take the final two trips, or do I go ahead and get it over with. Right now, I might want to take the last two trips, but man I don't know what I'm going to do."
That's especially true after Williams had his third impressive visit in the past few weeks.
After already visiting Tennessee and LSU, Williams said he liked what he saw last weekend at Nebraska.
"That was a great crowd," Williams said. "They weren't as loud as the ones at LSU or Tennessee, but they really knew the game. They knew when to get loud and were always part of the game.
"And that weight room was bigger than a few of the other school's entire football offices. That was incredible."
At this point, Williams said LSU and Tennessee might have a "slight edge" since they are closer to home.
"LSU is the in-state state school," Williams said. "The coaches have started to grow on me. Tennessee has been recruiting me the longest and I have a few friends there.
"I don't know what I'm going to do.