When a prospect makes a decision there are always teams that try to get players to reconsider. However for Corpus Christi (Texas) Carroll three-star strongside defensive end Pryce Macon, he's not thinking twice about his pledge to the Oklahoma Sooners.
"When I was going to commit to (Oklahoma) they told me not to do it unless I was sure," Macon, who is 6-foot-1 and 258 pounds, said. "I'm sure I'm done.
"I still hear from A&M, UT, and pretty much every other team that was recruiting me. They all tell me different things. Texas told me if I start to think I made the wrong decision to contact them. And other schools say similar things."
But it doesn't matter Macon says.
"It's still a firm commitment," Macon, who is ranked as the No. 27 strongside defensive end and the No. 49 player in Texas, said. "Something pretty drastic would have to happen for me to change my mind, and I don't see that happening."
Macon said he's even scheduled his official visit to Oklahoma.
"I'm going to visit Oklahoma for the Oklahoma State game in Norman," Macon said. "That will be the only visit I take."
With recruiting out of the way, Macon has been focused on other things.
"We started school last Monday," he said. "We've been practicing hard. That's been going real well. I'm just ready to get on the field this Friday. We have our first game and we have a good team, so I'm real excited."
Macon was also offered by Arizona, Colorado and TCU before he committed to Oklahoma back on June 30. He was recruited by OU assistant coach Bobby Jack Wright.