Texas RB patient after first offer

Euless (Texas) Trinity running back Demitri Nance has took part in some camps, shown his stuff, and now he is no longer sitting without an offer.
UTEP became the first school to shoot an offer his way and now the 5-foot-9, 191-pound Nance is hearing from the likes of Missouri, Oklahoma State, Houston, and others. All the while, even though he may have a favorite, he's taking his time in finding the best possible choice.
"UTEP is the main school that has been on me for a while since they offered during my school year," Nance said about his first offer. "I'm hoping to hear from more Big 12 schools. Texas was my favorite growing up, but I haven't really heard anything from them."
While moving on past his childhood favorite, Nance is focusing on what team could be the next to send an offer his way.
"Missouri said something about an offer and that they're interested in me," Nance said. "Oklahoma State said the same thing. They're going to watch me to see what I do this season."
Teammate and friend, Henry Niutei who plays on the defensive line for Trinity, also has a UTEP offer and is another reason why Nance is favoring the offered team.
"They're ranked pretty high and my friend might go there with me now that he has an offer from there," Nance said.
After attending the NIKE Training Camp at TCU and a one-day camp at Houston, things are looking up for Nance. The attention still can't keep him from looking to make a late decision.
"I just want to wait for the season and show those schools out there that haven't offered what I can do," he said. "It's also important for me to find the earliest playing time being offered."
"I don't have to start immediately, but I want it to be close."