Staying open is Tarrants plan

Running back Cornell Tarrant of Dallas (Texas) Samuel is one three-star rated Lone Star talent that is taking his recruiting process slow.
Not sure about some visits, the 5-foot-11, 185-pound offensive star is looking around at numerous offers on his plate that include Baylor, Georgia Tech, Kansas State, and Texas A&M. Schools such as Oklahoma, SMU, and Houston also appear interested.
Tarrant just isn't ready to name any favorites yet.
"I really don't have a top five or anything," Tarrant said. "I still don't have a favorite. I would like to get it done soon, but I've just got to wait until a couple of games go by into the season."
His decision will happen in the midst of that season, but he's not exactly sure around which game that will take place.
"It's hard to answer the question of when will I decide because I don't even know myself," Tarrant said. "I've also got to think about trips. I've looked into a little bit, but I don't have any set up and I'm not even sure where I want to go yet."
One thing he is confident in is his team's chances, even with a loaded roster full of younger talent.
"We're looking alright," he said. "There are some young guys out there, but from practicing we'll be able to perform the right way."
Tarrant is rated as the No. 49 running back in the country. He had 951 yards and 11 touchdowns on the ground during his junior season.