Three-star CB could call C-USA home

Richmond (Texas) Bush cornerback Michael Mudoh has had several offers on the table for quite some time. However, with signing day less than a week away, the three-star prospect has yet to take any official visits and has seen some schools fill up at his position.
This weekend, the 5-foot-9, 182-pound defender will officially visit a Conference USA program. If all goes well, Mudoh says he can see himself ending up signing with them.
"I have an official visit this weekend to Tulsa," Mudoh said. "If things go well, that's where I see myself ending up. They've offered me but I just want to check it out first.
"I'm looking to find out a little bit more about the campus. I'm taking the tour and hopefully finding out if it's the right place to be."
Mudoh likes everything he has seen from the Golden Hurricane so far.
"The football program is good, even though they just changed head coaches," he said. "It's on the rise. It's going uphill. That's definitely a positive. The education is great too."
Mudoh also feels a strong connection with the Tulsa recruiting coordinator and his possible future position coach.
"My recruiter Van Malone, he and I are pretty close," he said. "It's good to have a coach there that I'm close to."
Should he not find what he is looking for this weekend, Mudoh has some other options as well.
"UTEP is still recruiting me," he said. "I also have Bryant, Texas State, Harvard and some others."
Mudoh is a two-time all-district selection after earning District Newcomer of the Year honors as a sophomore.