There were two schools, LSU and Oklahoma State, that tight end/defensive end Adrian Reese was waiting to see if an offer was going to come from.
This past week, the ball got rolling and one of those offers finally came in. Oklahoma State was the first school who sent a written offer to Reese's house and the 6-foot-6, 205-pound prospect was excited to say the least.
"I don't know exactly, but it was sometime last week," Reese said about the OSU offer. "Oh it took a burden off of me. I haven't heard from LSU yet, but I'm thinking I'll contact them later this week to see how the process is going."
"I was kind of tempted to commit, but I want to wait it out."
There is no secret who the two top teams are on the list for Reese.
"As for right now, those are the favorites," Reese said about the Tigers and Cowboys. "That's why I was waiting on them. I know both of those schools have good programs and they're kind of close to home too."
If LSU does offer, Reese is not sure exactly which direction his recruiting process will turn. However, he will not rush anything.
"I'm preparing right now if they offer to decide how I'll go about narrowing all the teams down," Reese said. "If it happens, I'll just take it day by day. I don't want to make a decision before I visit both schools."
Another interesting twist is that Reese is also looking to play basketball in college and seems interested in trying both at each school he's looking at.
Official visit dates are in the works.
"I might go to Oklahoma State in September but I haven't put that in stone yet," Reese said. "I've got time because my decision won't be anytime soon."
Baylor, Houston, Texas Tech, and TCU have also offered Reese.