New visit scheduled for four-star standout

Baldwin (La.) West St. Mary four-star standout Tre'Vell Dixon has been allowing the recruiting process to play itself out and has not had much to say on the subject over the last few weeks.
What we do know is Arizona State, Houston, Nebraska, and TCU are at the top of his list. Each of the schools are looking at him to play wide receiver and there's one thing about all of them that has Dixon's attention.
"They all have good football programs," Dixon said.

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Dixon took his first official visit to Nebraska on November 16. After the visit Dixon described his experience in Lincoln as "the perfect fit".
"It went awesome, it went real good," Dixon told HuskerOnline.com's Matt Matya shortly after his visit. "I liked everything about it. I liked the fan support and everything."
Next was a visit to Houston on December 14. The 6-1, 195-pound standout has been pretty quiet since his visit to Houston, but he gives it similar reviews.
"It was good," Dixon said. "I don't even really know. Everything was good. The food was good."
He continues to weigh his options and a couple of coaches have been by to check on him.
"Coach (Mike) Norvell came by a couple of times and the coach from Houston came by a couple of times," Dixon said.
He also has another official visit coming up on his schedule.
"Yeah I'm taking a visit to Arizona State here pretty soon (February 1)," Dixon said.
As for favorites, Dixon is sticking to his top four, and thinking everything through as signing day 2013 approaches.