It has been two teams for St. Louis (Mo.) Kirkwood wide receiver Jeremy Maclin and now it appears the 6-foot, 187-pound four-star Rivals250 member has made up his mind.
After taking in Texas Tech and Oklahoma back-to-back, checking out the campuses, and seeing what each program had to offer, the No. 3 rated prospect in the state of Missouri decided to go ahead and make a commitment – at least for now.
"I committed to Oklahoma," Maclin said. "I don't know, it was just the program in general. It's a really good program. My plan is to go there, but, if some school can show me something different, I'm still free game."
"I'm a soft verbal right now you could say."
Maclin said that though other schools could enter the race, the final decision will probably still be between the Red Raiders and the Sooners.
"Texas Tech is really the main school on my mind now over any others," Maclin said. "The reason I went ahead and did it is because I knew if I went to Texas Tech I would still have OU on my mind. Texas Tech is in my mind, but I know that right now Oklahoma is the school I want to be at currently."
When he phoned coach Darrell Wyatt at Oklahoma, the coach was in between meetings, so Maclin did not get the chance to say he was still going to be looking at another school.
That will change this evening.
"I'm going to call him back later on tonight and tell him my plan," Maclin said. "I don't think he knows I'm a soft verbal and I want to make sure he knows the whole story."