Oguntodu to choose betweeen two

Things are all down to two schools for Mesquite (Texas) Horn safety Olaitan Oguntodu even though the 6-foot-1, 200-pound three-star prospect has added numerous offers over the last few months.
It appears that Kansas and Oklahoma State is all that remains for the No. 26 rated safety prospect in the country. Oguntodu hosted the Oklahoma State coaches for an in-home visit this past Wednesday. Tonight he will host Kansas coach Mark Mangino.
"Coach Mangino is coming over and he's going to talk to my parents and then we're going to discuss everything," Oguntodu said. "It's going to be about whatever my heart says family-wise and personally. Hopefully it won't be too long and I'll be solid on my decision."
Oguntodu says his dad was extremely impressed with OSU last week and he'll get a chance to see what the Jayhawk staff has to say this week.
"My father was very fond of coach Todd Bradford and coach Mike Gundy when they were at my house," Oguntodu said. "I can tell you where he's leaning right now and that's toward them. My family actually really likes OSU."
Though the process appears to only be a few days away, Oguntodu says there is no set time to decide.
"I don't know what's going to happen yet," he said. "I'm not leaning anywhere. I've got those two schools equal. My decision could be tonight or it could be next week. It's a blessing to be able to pick my college out of these great institutions."
"I'm not going to say I'm tired or use that word about the process. A lot of players don't get this opportunity, so you can't be tired of a blessing."
Oguntodu is rated as the No. 64 overall prospect in the state of Texas.