The favorite has remained the same for four-star rated Aldine cornerback Terrance Anderson, but an old favorite is now back in the picture in a big way making this a tight race going into official visits.
Oklahoma State has always been on the mind of the 5-foot-10, 163-pound No. 18 rated corner in the country. However, Oklahoma seemed to be slipping down the list when the attention kind of died down. With hard recruitment, the Sooners are now back in it and are set to host the Rivals250 prospect this weekend.
"I've got two visits set for Oklahoma this Friday (Nov. 11) and Oklahoma State is going to be on Dec. 2," Anderson said. "Oklahoma came back in with more attention towards me, and I'm not going to turn that away."
With the Sooners just a bit behind Oklahoma State, it appears this could be an in-state battle for the top prospect. However, he has three other teams he's planning on visiting.
"Iowa State, Wisconsin, and Nebraska are the three teams that pop into my head when I'm looking at official visits after those two," Anderson said. "I'm pretty sure I'm taking all five of my trips before I decide anything."
One of the only things that Anderson cannot hang his hat on as a senior is not making the playoffs to finish his high school career.
"Our defense was learning a new system and we were in overtime like every game," he said. "We normally were always the team to score with ease. If we had a little more help from the defense, I think that would have been a whole lot better. It just didn't work out that way."