One official visit is set for Pflugerville (Texas) Hendrickson wide receiver Terrell Reese but now is in the process of setting up three more while his senior season is on the doorstep.
At 6-foot-4, 195 pounds, it's really no surprise numerous schools such as Oklahoma, Nebraska, Missouri, Arizona, Arkansas, and Oklahoma State have offered him before his senior year even begins. The practice schedule has delayed him in getting the visits set up, but he is focused on seeing his favorites this fall.
"I tried to call a couple of places today," Reese said about setting official visits. "Most have practice, so it's tough. It's going to be three more visits to get set up. OU, OSU, and Arizona are the ones I'm looking at."
Two schools, Nebraska and Oklahoma currently sit atop his leader list. Ironically, the two rival schools were childhood favorites of Reese's and he used to watch as an elementary school student those two teams do battle.
Now they're battling for him.
"Every year Oklahoma has a good team and everyone knows they throw the ball a lot," Reese said. "Nebraska is the same way. I've just watched them forever and those are great programs. I saw that my friend Antwan Cobb was headed there, so I thought, 'why not?'"
Arizona and Oklahoma State also make up his top group of schools. Regardless as to who is leading, there will be plenty of time for competition for the three-star rated No. 55 prospect in the state of Texas.
"I'll probably make a midseason decision," Reese said. "I know it won't be before next semester. Right before the end of the season would be the latest when I would announce. I should have visits done by then and then after I make those trips I'll know."
As for the coaches that Reese has made special relationships with so far, Reese lists three.
"Coach (Bobby Jack) Wright from OU, coach Doug Meachem from OSU, and coach Josh Heupel from Arizona are the ones I'm really talking with a lot," he said. "Arizona tells me that they don't plan on redshirting me and I get that same impression from OSU."
"I like that."