Houston (Texas) Chavez tight end Harold Turnage is closing in on his next offer, but he's just not sure who it might be from. The 6-foot-5, 245-pound prospect received his first from Oklahoma State, but a couple of schools have been showing a ton of interest as of late.
Turnage is preparing to finish his NCAA Clearinghouse paperwork and finish his academic tests. At that point, he has the feeling more offers will come his way.
"Florida said that if I get through all of that, they'll be offering me," Turnage said. "I hope they'll offer. The way it's looking, they're pretty serious about me. The coaches at Nebraska wanted me to call them, but I haven't been home enough."
OSU, his lone offer to this point, was trying to get him up for an unofficial visit on spring break.
"Well, I called coach Gunter Brewer and he said since no one was going to be there during the break, I should come another time," Turnage said. "They're going to schedule something soon where I can come up there to see the campus."
Another school that Turnage is trying to get to on a visit is LSU.
"They have a 7-on-7 camp around there, so I don't know what that's about, but I might try to see them when I'm in the area," he said. "I'm pretty open right now. I'm just checking all of these schools out."
Texas A&M has been the team recruiting him very hard. That has him thinking his next offer could come from the Aggies.
"They just send a lot of mail," Turnage said. "But then again, so does Florida. From what my coaches say, both schools are pretty serious about me."
As a junior, Turnage had 786 yards receiving on 52 catches.