OSU moves into top spot with Auburn

El Dorado (Kan.) Butler County C.C. three-star cornerback Jonathan Wilhite took an official visit to Oklahoma State this weekend and now that he’s back, he’s really up in the air as to what is going to happen to his future.
“I was leaning toward Auburn before the visit, but Oklahoma State showed me some of the same things that Auburn has,” he said. “I’m really high on Auburn and Oklahoma State. I’m going to make my final decision in the next couple of days.”
He has to since he can graduate at semester and sign this Wednesday with his college of choice.
Wilhite, who is 5-foot-11 and 185 pounds, said he liked the coaches, campus and surroundings in Stillwater, but it’s something else that appeals to him most.
“They have four senior corners and one coming back that is already a junior,” Wilhite said. “They have the same opportunity for me to see the field there as they do at Auburn. That’s exactly what I’m looking for.”
Wilhite said he doesn’t know which school he would pick if he had to decide today.
“That’s what the next few days are for,” he said.