Tatum, Texas athlete Darnius Moore took what could be his last official visit this past weekend to Oklahoma State.
Though the three-star prospect originally had a visit scheduled for Florida this weekend and the Gator coaches came for an in-home visit this past week, Moore says he's growing tired with the process. With that said, his decision could come between three schools after this past weekend.
"The trip was fun," Moore said about his OSU trip. "We stayed inside most of the time because of the weather. But, it was a good family environment up there. The coaches just told me how I can come in and play early for them.
"Also, they just talked about how they can get me the ball."
Moore says that his scheduled visit to Florida "may or may not" happen.
"I'm kind of getting tired," Moore said. "I don't know if I'll be taking that or not. To be honest, I probably won't visit anyone."
At this point, the three teams in the lead for his services are Tennessee, Oklahoma, and Oklahoma State.
"They're all even right now," Moore said. "They've got a family environment and its fun to be around the coaches. They all say I can come in and compete to play early.'
The two schools that have talked about future in-home visits are Tennessee and Arkansas. Neither have set up a date. The last school to come in was Florida, but Moore wasn't home to see them.
His parents did say that the Gator coaches presented a good case.
"They just said that the coaches were very convincing," Moore said. "I just don't know if I'm going to visit anyone else though."
Moore doesn't have a date set for his decision.