Midwest City (Okla.) Carl Albert running back David Oku has been going back and forth on whether or not he's solid with his commitment to Tennessee.
And with a weekend trip looming, it's definitely looking more and more like he's far from solid.
"I'm going to Syracuse this weekend," Oku said.
"I started to look at them when Stan Drayton went up there from Tennessee. I'm excited about the trip. I don't know much about them, but I know it's in New York, and that's a big deal."
Oku, the nation's No. 1 all-purpose back and No. 97 player overall, has also taken visits to Tennessee, Louisville and Nebraska. He started to look around some when Tennessee brought in new coach Lane Kiffin, and despite saying he's solid with the Vols, he's continued to show interest in other schools.
"It looks like I'll visit Auburn next week," he said. "I'm still committed to Tennessee, but I'm taking all of my visits to make sure of my choice. I haven't de-committed or anything."
As a senior, Oku had his best season, rushing 286 times for 1,905 yards and 23 touchdowns as Carl Albert advanced to the Class 5A championship game.