COLLEGE STATION, Texas - Things have been pretty quiet lately for Wylie, Texas three-star quarterback Patrick Witt. Just a few months ago, the talented signal caller was searching for offers but showed up to the 7-on-7 State Tournament as a committed quarterback.
All set for Nebraska, the 6-foot-4, 215-pounder said he was at ease playing with his teammates now that recruiting is done. The mail has slowed down and apparently that's just the way Witt likes it.
"It's been a pleasant time," Witt said. "I've been in contact with some committed guys like Anthony Blue at Cedar Hill and he and I are getting a game plan for recruiting Texas guys," Witt said. "He's going to talk to defensive backs and I'm going to talk to running backs and wide receivers."
Witt says that he plans to call up prospects like Terrance Toliver, James Kirkendoll, and Curenski Gilleylen to gauge their interest in Nebraska.
He's also been busy getting paperwork together to graduate early.
"I plan on leaving high school in December to get up there for spring practice," he said. "There is just a lot of paperwork that goes into that. I'm getting that taken care of right now."
Despite talking with South Carolina recently and a few other schools that still send mail here and there, Witt says he's solid.
"I wouldn't have committed if I wasn't 100 percent sure," he said. "I'm focusing on my senior season and trying to do well at stuff like these tournaments."
Witt is rated as the No. 71 overall prospect in Texas.