Wide receiver Phillip Burley of Scurry (Texas) Scurry-Rosser is taking things extremely slow with his recruiting process even though offers have started to enter his possession.
Three schools have started the offer trend with Arizona, Boston College, and Kansas being the first schools to garner scholarships. However, the 6-foot-5, 205-pound is still just feeling these schools out and not ready to jump to any conclusions about his recruiting process.
"I really don't know much about the schools that have offered, but I think those are pretty good schools to have offers from," Burley said. "I'm going to try and take visits to all three and see how those go."
Burley admits that he may not take all five of his official visits and may not even get to the three offered schools on trips. However, he will start to figure out his fall schedule once schools underway and set some dates.
"Everything is still open," Burley said. "Iowa, SMU, and Texas Tech are schools that are coming on real strong right now. I'd really like to have an offer from Oklahoma State because that's a college that always has great receivers."
"I just want good coaches, teammates, and great academics."
His decision will be after his football season. Coach Virgil Crow and his family are two big driving forces in not only his recruiting success but on and off the field as well.
"They just want me to go where I'll be the happiest," Burley said. "I didn't think it would be like this at all so far."