Official visits aren't some rite of passage for high school football players. Most players will never experience one, let alone five. It's a fact of which Blue Springs (Mo.) High School safety Kaleb Prewett is acutely aware.
And so with his commitment to Kansas State in tact, Prewett will take advantage of the opportunity he's earned.
"I think I'm going to take an official visit down to Oklahoma State after the season," Prewett said on Wednesday night.
The three-star prospect goes out of his way to reiterate the fact that his pledge to K-State is still firm, but he's not one to cast opportunity aside. There's plenty out there to see, and Prewett intends to see it.
"I've never been down to OSU, so that's why I'm going," he said. "I'm just going down there to see what they are all about."
That won't be the last of his official visits. Prewett is set to visit K-State on Dec. 6 and an SEC trip could also be in the works. When it comes to touring Missouri, he's not certain. He's also not ruling it out.
"I've seen Missouri already," Prewett said. "I was there for the game with South Carolina, but I might take an official visit. I don't really know on that one. If I decide to visit, it will be an official."
The only date set in stone for now is the one listed next to his trip to K-State, but Prewett assumes keep the door on his recruitment cracked. In his mind, shutting out new suitors and limiting his opportunities isn't logical.
"I'm still good with K-State and all that," he said. "I'm just keeping my options open."
Prewett, who has started to generate increased recruiting buzz recently, currently holds nine scholarship offers in total. Missouri, Kansas State and Oklahoma State represent his only offers from BCS-level programs.