Texas RB looking at all options

Cypress (Texas) Creek running back D.J. Harper has been making the rounds and talking to coaches about his next offers to come through. So far, he's collected three but certainly is waiting for more.
Houston, Tulane, and UTEP were the first scholarship offers for Harper, but he recently made a trip to Texas A&M and has been keeping in close contact with Colorado and Boise State. It doesn't appear any one school is out in front.
"It's pretty even right now," Harper said. "All the schools out there are a little different, so I'm still just looking. It's going to come down to academics, what I want to major in, and also the team. I'm not positive on any of that yet."

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Boise State and Colorado are two teams that appear to be showing high interest.
"I talked to Boise State two weeks ago and they said when they get back, they should be sending out an offer," Harper said. "Colorado wanted me to come to their camp, but I couldn't go because I had a minor ankle injury that was still healing."
Harper says that he's supposed to visit Houston this week to watch them practice and other than that, has no other visits planned at this time.