Deandre Murray has offers from Arkansas State and UAB but he is hoping for more. On Tuesday he visited a school that he would love the opportunity to attend.
The three-star prospect, ranked the No. 6-best player in the state of Arkansas, visited a Big XII program that has had plenty of success in recent years. He had already camped at Arkansas State and Tulsa, but Tuesday's visit was a big one.
"I went to Oklahoma State and I really liked it. It was pretty nice," he said with emphasis. "The fans there are great. The weight room is really nice and I just like all the football facilities."
Oklahoma State had not hinted they were on the verge of offering but the Pokes had been showing signs of legitimate interest. That is why Murray wanted to check it out and find out just how interested they were. He left without an offer but he was upbeat.
"They had been sending me mail and showing some interest. I talked to Coach Dunn and he said they're really interested in me."
Murray will not slow down now. He plans to attend more camps this summer, starting Wednesday.
"I'm probably gonna go to Nebraska [on Wednesday] and I'll camp at Arkansas. I'll either go to Alabama or LSU. I don't know which because they're on the same day. I'll go to the Memphis camp and Auburn."