The third Big 12 school has officially offer Houstion Lamar wideout Brandon LaFell, and he has no clear favorite. Nebraska offered LaFell (6-3, 180-pound) receiver this week, joining Texas A&M, Kansas, Arizona and Houston.
“I really don’t have a favorite – I’m really interested in the schools which have offered me,” LaFell said. “I also like Georgia and LSU, but they haven’t offered yet.”
According to LaFell, schools that are showing interest and are close to offering include Colorado, Oklahoma State, Tulane, Utah and LSU.
“I take the SAT on June 5th and that is what is keeping some schools from offering,” he said. “Like Tulane – they won’t offer anyone who hasn’t taken the test.”
LaFell’s teammate Quincy Driver, also a receiver, has already committed to Texas A&M.
“I want to see some campuses, go to a few summer camps, and go ahead and commit before the season,” he said.
He plans on going to one-day camps at Houston and Texas A&M, playing AAU basketball and playing seven-on-seven tournaments this summer, so he better get to work on his decision.