Texas DT not in a rush

Tyler (Texas) John Tyler three-star defensive tackle Adren Dorsey is enjoying talking to the coaches that are calling him, but the 6-foot-4, 285-pounder admits he's not in any kind of rush to make a final decision.
"I've heard from Oklahoma State, A&M, Oklahoma, West Virginia and that's all I can remember right now," Dorsey, who is ranked as the No. 67 player in Texas, said.
"I'll start to really get into the process in late October, early November. Then I'll look at the schools who are recruiting me the most consistent, visit those schools and go from there."
At this point, Dorsey said he's focused on his senior season.
"I want to make it to the playoffs and from there we can't have one and done like we have in previous years," he siad. "I need to encourage the team, make them work even harder in practice and give them a good luck every time we go."
"I think coaches will like every aspect of my game. Especially in the clutch. I don't take a play off."
When it does come time to make a decision, Dorsey, who does have offers from Baylor, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Texas A&M, TCU and Tulsa, said he has a few things in mind.
"Is it a place I can make a home?" he said. "The environment, the living arrangements and stuff like that. I can fit well with any type of defensive scheme, it doesn't matter, I just want to go somewhere I'm comfortable with.
"Coming into my freshman year I'm not expecting a lot of playing time, but I'm expecting some. I don't want to sit out a whole year."