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Geismar (La.) Dutchtown three-star athlete Torrance Mosley had been committed to Arkansas since July, but as Signing Day approaches, he finds himself searching through his options.
He does have a few which have become available recently as coaches from TCU, Louisiana-Lafayette, and Southeastern Louisiana have been among those making their way to see him in the past week.
Right now, he has a few ideas about his future. He is keeping his options open, but he knows he will take a visit and it will likely be one of three programs.
"A few schools have been in touch with me like TCU, Louisiana Tech, and ULL, and a couple of other schools and they want me to come on a visit this weekend," Mosley said.
TCU, Louisiana Tech, and Louisiana-Lafayette have each offered scholarships, and they see the 5-foot-10, 160-pound athlete fitting what they do a few different ways.
"Right now if I was to go to ULL, I'd probably go and play cornerback my freshman year," Mosley said. "With TCU it's a variety of positions. And La. Tech it's receiver and DB. So I really don't know what I'm going to play."
With only one visit weekend left before signing day, Mosley has a tough decision ahead. All three programs want him to visit and he is not ready to claim a favorite. However, he does admit he is leaning towards visiting TCU this weekend over the others since he has taken unofficial visits to Louisiana Tech and Louisiana-Lafayette in the past.
Mosley's Dutchtown teammate Corey McBride, who was also committed to Arkansas, is scheduled to take an official visit to TCU this weekend.
Mosley may not be ready to name a favorite right now, but he plans to arrive at his choice in the near future with plans to sign on Signing Day.
Jason Howell is the Midlands Region football recruiting analyst for Rivals.com. You can click here to follow him on Twitter.
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