An offensive lineman from Pennsylvania has set up an official visit with a Big XII school.
Treyvon Hester, a 6-foot-3, 290-pound offensive guard, will be visiting Kansas sometime this fall.
"I've set up an official visit to Kansas," Hester said on Saturday. "I can't remember the exact date yet but it should be right after our season. That's the only official I have planned. They've offered and it seems like a good place.
"I like the coaches and I could be a part of helping them turn around that organization."
The Jayhawks are the only BCS school that has offered Hester, a two-way lineman from Pittsburgh (Pa.) Penn Hills. Kent State, UMass and Toledo have also offered.
In spite of those official plans Hester isn't speaking in terms of favorites.
"I'm still undecided on where I want to go," he said. "I wouldn't say I have a favorite."
Penn Hills got off to a rocky start but has improved its record to 4-4 with one game remaining in the regular season.
Hester said he's been "playing (his) heart out" at offensive guard and defensive tackle, but he projects exclusively as an offensive lineman in college.