After several offers made their way into the grasp of Midwest City, Okla, tight end Bradley Dedeaux, two teams made their way to the top of his list. However, it appears that those won't be the last schools to make a push for the 6-foot-2, 238-pound tight end/defensive end.
Now, it appears in-state team Oklahoma has turned up the heat along with Nebraska and Colorado State. With offers from Kansas, Oklahoma State, SMU, and Tulsa in hand, any new offers could shake things up.
"Oklahoma called me and said they were interested, but wanted to see my ACT score," Dedeaux said. "Coach John Blake called from Nebraska about me and so did Colorado State last week."
If the Sooners were to offer, Dedeaux says his top two would shift.
"Well right now it's Oklahoma State and Kansas, but if OU offers it would probably be Oklahoma and Kansas," Dedeaux said about possible favorites. "They seem like they're going to after these test scores come in."
Texas Tech is also another school that has turned up the heat on his recruitment. That has him thinking about trips he'll definitely take.
"OU and Kansas are definitely going to be visits," Dedeaux said. "If Texas Tech offers, I'll go there. Those are the three I know of right now. Oklahoma State is also possible, but I've got to call them and see if I fit them in to the schedule."