The plan for three-star Carrollton (Texas) Creekview wide receiver Corey Wilson is pretty simple.
The 6-foot, 184-pounder would like to make a commitment this weekend when he makes his first official visit to Oklahoma. Two other schools are right behind the Sooners, but it may be too late when he returns back to the Lone Star state after his visit.
"I think it's coming to an end," Wilson said. "Oklahoma is my leader right now. My plan is to commit on the visit, if everything goes as I expect it."
Wilson added that Kansas State and Baylor are right behind the Sooners. If for some reason he doesn't commit, he'd like to visit both of those schools. However, the Sooners have the edge on both programs for several reasons.
"Kansas State, as far as a school, is really up there with me," Wilson said. "It just may be too far distance-wise. I got a call from Baylor last night and they've been one of my favorites since last spring, so I'm kind of considering them.
"But, really OU is on top. When I took my (unofficial) visit for the UAB game, I went to the locker room afterwards to see the chemistry and bond the players had. It gave me chills to see and hear them run out of the tunnel."
Though Wilson's brother, Travis Wilson who starred at Oklahoma, has said to take all his visits, it doesn't sound like he wants to wait any longer.
"Everything has made me feel like Oklahoma is the place for me to go," he said.