Things have not slowed down much for Dallas (Texas) Carter offensive center Jeremiah Hatch. After a new scholarship offer from Texas A&M and an unofficial visit there in July, he's got a top three and is looking forward to fall visits.
The 6-foot-3, 301-pounder recently added offers from UTEP and Kansas as well. That has influenced that latest group of favorites that Hatch has named. It appears that this battle isn't close to a conclusion just yet.
"Right now, my top three would be Kansas, Texas A&M, and Colorado State," Hatch said. "Kansas, coach Tim Beck, is saying they could really use me and that I could stay as a center there. He said he was going to get me up there for an official visit."
"I like what Colorado State has been telling me. I haven't been up there to see them either, so I'll probably make a visit there as well."
The Aggies hosted Hatch for a visit in mid-July and he says that he left impressed with everything he saw.
"I like it all about them man," Hatch said. "The facilities, the coaches, the work ethic of the team, and really everything. I got to see them work out and what the players do. They also showed me the education part of the program.
"I like it all."
Hatch says he's "taking all of the visits" he gets in the fall.
"I'm going to wait a while," he said. "I'll probably decide late."