The phone calls keep rolling in for Houston Lamar wide receiver Josh Gordon, who will lead his team into the first game of the playoffs starting this week.
"We start the playoffs on Saturday at Galeena Park ISD against Kingwood," the 6-foot-4, 211-pound three-star receiver said.
"We've watched film on them but that's about it, we don't really know too much about them. We're really confident though."
While many schools are after the prized receiver, there is no hurry on Gordon's end.
"I'm going to wait until after football season is over to make any visits," Gordon said. "The main thing I've been doing is keeping in contact with the coaches and making sure they get all my information from my coaches."
Out of all the schools that will be vying for his services there seem to be three that are sticking out to Gordon.
"Man, right now I would probably go with Texas Tech, Missouri, and Oklahoma," he said. "I don't think I really have a top five, but I really like those three. One of the main things that sticks out to me about them is the style of their offense really."
Even with Big 12 schools Texas Tech, Missouri, and Oklahoma on his mind, Gordon admits his decision won't be affected by staying close to home or what kind of pressure surrounds him.
"I've talk to coach Bedenbaugh out at Arizona a little bit," he said. "We talk every couple weeks or so. But if it came down to leaving home, then I wouldn't have a problem with that."
Gordon is ranked as the No. 77 player in Texas and the No. 67 receiver in the nation. He has offers from Arizona, Baylor, Houston, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Texas Tech and others.