Duncanville, Texas linebacker Mychal Sisson finally got on the road this past weekend for his first official visit and has come home with a new leader.
The 5-foot-10, 193-pound safety/outside linebacker prospect took his first official trip to Colorado State. Upon returning home, Sisson says that the Rams have moved up to the top of his list and a decision may be coming before he takes any more visits.
"That trip went really, really good," Sisson said about CSU. "I liked everything about it. The people were nice and the weather wasn't too bad. I thought it would be colder than it was, but it wasn't that bad.
"They've got nice facilities too. Right now, they're close to the top since they're the only school I've visited."
Sisson says that he's also possibly going to visit San Diego State and Rice. However, there is a chance he may decide before he gets to those schools on visits in January.
"I'm probably going to decide in the next two or three weeks," Sisson said. "I'm going to decide before I take visits, but I'll more than likely still go and take those trips. I'm kind of leaning to Colorado State right now, you could say."