Things are not going the way that Duncanville, Texas linebacker Mychal Sisson had planned with his team having a slow start to the season and starting 2-6 on the year.
The constant competitor Sisson says that despite averaging around 13 or 14 tackles a game, he still knows that he and his teammates could play better. The 5-foot-10, 193-pounder says that he hasn't taken any visits to see any schools, but he's got a plan for that.
"I'm going to wait to do all that after the football season," Sisson said. "I haven't decided yet who I'm going to visit, but I've talked to some schools about it. The ones I can remember are Colorado State, San Diego State, Rice, and Utah.
"I don't have any favorites yet."
Sisson says he's unsure how many visits he'll take before making a decision, but he knows what he's looking for in a future college home.
"Basically, it's what I've been saying all along," he said. "I'm just looking for some place that I'll fit in academically and feel comfortable."
While he plans the linebacker spot in high school, many schools are looking utilize his speed at the next level at different spots.
"I know some are recruiting me as a strong safety or an outside linebacker," he said. "I don't care what it is as long as I get to play."