Three trips in eight days sounds like a never-ending party, but for Clarmore, Okla., two-star offensive center Brian Lepak visits to TCU, Colorado State and Tulsa have left him facing the biggest decision in his young life. Some party, huh.
"It's a tough decision," Lepak, who is 6-foot-5 and 280 pounds, said.
"It's a lot harder than I thought it was going to be. There are very few disadvantages to each of those schools. They each have so many positives, now I just have to pick which one."
Lepak started his journey last weekend at TCU. He then followed it up with a mid-week trip to Colorado State, and when he got back to Oklahoma he was picked up at the airport by the Tulsa coaches and they whisked him away to his visit there.
"Each place was different and unique," Lepak said. "They all have their advantages. TCU was the program with the most wins on my list. Tulsa is 30 minutes from home, and it's a class program with great coaches.
"With Colorado State I can't say enough good things about the head coach. And Ft. Collins is also very visually pleasing. They're all great places."
Lepak said he's going to spend the next few days thinking over a final pick.
"I'm going to step back from everything – the build up, the calls from the coaches – and make the decision," he said. "Right now, I don't know what I'm going to do. It's going to be a very tough decision."