Shreveport (La.) Woodlawn Rivals250 defensive tackle T.D. Moton saw the scholarship offers start to mount early on the recruiting process.
Georgia, USC, Alabama, LSU, Texas A&M, and several others have already let the 6-foot-2, 300-pound defender know he has a scholarship to play football at their respective universities, and Moton is taking everything in at this time.
"I like all the schools who have offered me. I'm looking at everybody," Moton said.
In the past he has named a few leaders, and in the fall he even committed to Mississippi State. He has since re-opened his options and admits he was too quick to make his choice the first time around.
"I was just excited about the game and I was going off emotion and I committed, but that was a mistake," Moton said. "I'm not saying Mississippi State is a bad school, but it's something I should've taken my time to do."
In addition to visiting Mississippi State during the football season, Moton also took a recent trip to LSU.
"I was at LSU's junior day last week. It was fun," Moton said. "I got to see a lot of people I already knew. A lot of people I know at LSU play for the team. I got to see them."
Moton plans to visit another SEC program in the near future.
"Next week I'm going to A&M," Moton said. "It's not for a junior day, it's just to go visit."
Moton sat out most of the 2013 season after transferring from Shreveport (La.) Calvary Academy to Woodlawn, but has added offers from Louisville, Oklahoma, and Louisiana-Lafayette. As for a decision, he plans to wait.
"Before December," Moton said.