Texas RB has four leading

Allen, Texas running back Charles Opeseyitan went to the NIKE Training Camp and has been flooded with scholarship offers ever since. Now it appears that a few teams are rising to the top of his list.
While Oklahoma State was considered the early favorite, they're now even in a group with Kansas State, Iowa State, and Utah. All four teams have caught Opeseyitan's eye for several reasons.
"I like their backgrounds, their coaching staffs, and how they're serious about moving the football on the ground," Opeseyitan said. "I don't know when my vistis are going to be yet, but I'd like to see those schools. I've just got to see how my schedule goes."
Recently UTEP, Mississippi State, Kansas, and Tulsa all offered the 5-foot-10, 186-pound running back. Opeseyitan also took in a camp at Richardson Berkner High School not far from his house that was held by Oklahoma State.
"That was fun because I got to hang out with the OSU coaches and see how it would be if they were coaching me," he said. "I did pretty well I think."
Opeseyitan isn't looking to stretch out his process very long. He'd like to have a decision by mid-football season at the latest.
"It could even be by the end of the summer," he said. "If not, I'll push it back a little bit."