Pratt, Kan. offensive lineman Scott Krehbiel picked up four early scholarship offers this spring, but the No. 1 rated player in the state of Kansas has had things going pretty quietly since that time.
"Really there is nothing new happening," the 6-foot-7, 272-pound Krehbiel said. "I have the same four scholarship offers as I had earlier on this year. K-State, KU, Colorado State and Arkansas are the ones I have offers from. I'm not favoring anyone at this point, really."
Earlier on, Nebraska had been a school Krehbiel felt was going to offer a scholarship soon, but the Huskers have pulled off of recruiting him.
"I think Nebraska got out of recruiting me. I'm guessing at that. They haven't said that. I think they have all of the linemen they want and are looking at other positions."
The summer months have kept Krehbiel busy, but not at football camps.
"I had harvest work at the elevator and that took quite a bit of my summer so far. I didn't get to any football camps. I told Colorado State and K-State that I will be visiting them with my official visits. Arkansas wants me to come down this summer, but I don't know if I'll be able to make it. We are going on vacation here in a week and I'm not sure if it will fit in to the schedule."
Krehbiel and his Pratt teammates have set some goals for this season with two-a-days starting in just a couple weeks.
"We want to win our league and we want to have a winning record, obviously. Those are two. We also want to win our district and make it past regionals. On an individual note, I don't want to give up any sacks."
Krehbiel is not in any hurry to make a decision.
"I'll narrow it down toward the end of the season, but I won't make a decision until later in the fall. I want to pick a school that is going to be competitive in the league they play in. I want it in a good location and town. I also want to get a good academic school. I want to major in business then may be I can open up my own business, maybe back home here."