Baytown (Texas) Lee quarterback Drew Tate recently decommitted from Texas A&M. But the list of schools showing interest in him continues to grow.
"He visited Houston this weekend," Dick Olin, Tate's father and coach said. "He had a good time. But he isn't ready to make a decision at all. He's got plenty of options out there."
News of the 6-foot Tate's decision to look around has spread through the college ranks like wildfire.
"Drew is visiting Baylor this weekend," Olin said. "That's the only other visit set at this point."
That visit will mark the third for the No. 14 rated pro-style quarterback.
"Hawaii is going to come by tomorrow and talk to us. Syracuse is going to call tonight. South Carolina might call we've heard. And Iowa has some interest too."
With all of the new attention, Tate has turned to a former Baytown Lee signal caller for a little advice.
"Everyone is trying to pressure him into making a decision before they fill up and are out of scholarships. Drew talked to Clint Stoerner about this whole process. Clint told him to take his time and find the right place. He told if a school fills up and doesn't have a scholarship then it wasn't the right place after all."