After picking up an offer from Oklahoma, the school where his father was an All-American at, many people assumed Owasso, Okla., four-star offensive guard Brandon Webb would commit right away.
That hasn't happened yet, but a pledge to somebody could come over the summer.
"I am going to commit sometime this summer," Webb, ranked by Rivals.com as one of the top 250 players in the nation, said. "I'm just kind of looking right now. I'll whatever school I commit to and just go from there. Oklahoma, LSU, Texas Tech, Arkansas would be at the top of my list."
Webb previously had scholarship offers listed from Arkansas, Missouri, Oklahoma and Tulsa, but things have been really busy for him this spring as he's added even more impressive offers to his resume.
"LSU, Texas Tech and Kansas have now offered me," he said. "I think now I've heard from everyone that I have wanted to hear from."
Most people assume he's heading to Norman to follow in the footsteps of his father, Terry Webb. Webb said that's definitely still something he's considering, but he has to make sure to make the right decision for himself, not his father.
"It's all the same still, and I've just got to sit back and think about what's best for me," he said.
"I'm not even sure which team I've been talking to the most. I've been talking to people like Oklahoma through e-mail and everything I really don't know who I talk to the most.
"I get letters from a lot of places, and I'll just need to feel the rest of this process out."