Rivals250 wide receiver Keenen Brown continues to add offers to an already long list of prestigious programs.
Recently Vanderbilt, Wisconsin, and Louisiana Tech have extended scholarships to the 6-3, 185-pound Houston (Texas) Alief Taylor standout, and more are likely on the way.
As he heads into the summer months Brown continues to take everything in, but he does have one school that has been and currently remains at the top of his list - the Oklahoma Sooners.
"I like the coaches. The receivers coach, coach Norvell, he's pretty cool and I talk to him a lot. They pass the ball a lot. Last year they were No. 5 in passing and that's pretty high. They don't have a lot of receivers on their depth chart and he told me if I come I'll have a good chance of getting some early playing time."
Plans are in the works for him to make a visit to Oklahoma in late June or early July, and he has not discounted the possibility of making a decision.
"I might pull the trigger if I really like what I see," Brown said.
That said, at this point in time, the trip to Oklahoma is not the only one he plans to take.
"I'm going to visit Oklahoma like at the end of the month," Brown said. "Then I'm probably going to visit LSU again. Then I'm probably going to visit Michigan State and West Virginia."
Also high on his list is Florida, who is sitting on equal footing with LSU, Michigan State, and West Virginia which sit as a group No. 2 behind Oklahoma.
Other than recruiting, Brown will be hitting the gym as he continues to work on his speed and strength in preparation for his senior season.