Five-star wide receiver Terrance Toliver got a chance to check out Oklahoma for the second time this past weekend in Dallas when they faced off against Texas in the annual battle.
Toliver, the nation's top receiver, says that even though he arrived a bit late, he was on hand to witness quite a game. Despite not being able to speak with the coaches, he still enjoyed his time and says the final score doesn't mean that much to him in the long run.
"It was really fun," Toliver said about the Texas-Oklahoma game. "Texas is a pretty good team and you can see that. Oklahoma's game doesn't change anything with them in my mind. They're still up there with me."
The 6-foot-4, 185-pounder says that he couldn't speak with the Sooner coaches but did get a chance to talk with OU receiver Malcolm Kelly when he saw him after the game.
Toliver also added that he's not sure about the rest of his official visits. While he's got one set up to Southern Cal still for Nov. 24, several other schools are pushing hard for one of the final three spots.
"I'm definitely going to LSU and Florida for sure," Toliver said. "That's two visits right there for sure. Clemson, Nebraska, and Tennessee are still pushing pretty hard. I may have to give Tennessee a call and see what they have to say about that trip."
"As for the other schools, they're just not backing off on me. I could get interested in them, but we'll have to see right now."
Toliver is rated as the No. 2 overall prospect in the state of Texas and the No. 10 overall prospect in the country regardless of position.