The last two weeks have been hectic for La Marque, Texas, defensive back Korey Mangum.
First, he de-committed from Texas A&M, before visiting the University of Houston. After his visit, he went directly to the airport to catch a flight to San Antonio to play in the Army All-Star Game. Upon his arrival back home on Monday, Florida State defensive coordinator Mickey Andrews was waiting at his house for an in-home visit.
He tops off his two-week recruiting binge with an official visit to TCU with teammate Russell Ball.
"Texas A&M was just not the right fit, but to tell you the truth I still have like five favorites," he said.
Houston, Florida State, LSU, Kansas and TCU are all still in the picture.
"Houston is close to home and I like Coach (Art) Briles," Mangum said. "I also enjoyed my visit to Kansas and like the campus. I haven't been offered by LSU yet, but they are calling a lot. My last two visits are with TCU and Florida State, so I'll have a clearer picture after two visits."
The possibility of playing early is Mangum's greatest recruiting factor and he feels that he can play in his first two season for each program.