Muskegon Heights, Michigan defensive end Evan Winston is just about done with his summer visit tour but not quite yet.
The 6-foot-4, 240-pound three-star prospect isn't tipping his hand regarding future plans, however.
"I believe I'm pretty much done for the summer, but my mom and I are thinking about taking two unofficial visits. I'm not ready to put (the schools) out there just yet, though," he said.
Winston's last offer came from Missouri. That was last week and it has the potential to have a big impact on the recruiting process.
"That was last week sometime, around the end of last week," he recalled.
"I've been in contact with Coach (Craig) Kuligowski, the defensive line coach, for the last three or four months. They checked out my film and he said the head coach, Coach (Gary) Pinkel, would like for me to come in and check out the campus.
"We came down on an unofficial visit about a week ago. Two days after I got home they e-mailed me and told me to give them a call because they had some good news. That's when they offered."
It was a big development because Winston was thoroughly impressed with everything he saw at Missouri.
"It's a great school," he explained. "The workout facilities were awesome. It's great."
Winston followed that up by noting that he can't name any favorites yet.
Cincinnati, Iowa and Syracuse are the other BCS conference schools that have verbally offered Winston.