During this time of year it's not surprising to talk to prospects that seem a little torn over what to do and how they ought to go about things.
Tyson Gulley, a 5-foot-9, 175-pound all-purpose back from Akron (Ohio) Garfield, seems to be torn between two possible ways of going about things.
The talented runner attended camps at Cincinnati and Ohio State earlier in the summer but neither school offered him a scholarship. That's not a big problem, though, as Gulley has offers from Syracuse, Marshall, Kansas and every school in the MAC, outside of Temple and Buffalo.
"I don't have any favorites yet. I'm still kinda just narrowing stuff down. It's kinda complicated," Gulley said in a recent interview.
"I'm probably gonna make a decision this summer. Probably in the next couple of weeks."
Despite that announcement, Gulley went on to say that he would like to take some visits at some point. He does not have a plan for working those trips in just yet. He does, however, know what he will be looking for in a school when it comes time to make his choice.
"If the school has my major," he said. "That will be one big thing. Then just whether I can see myself there. Everything else will fall into place."