Lomers, who averaged 22 points, 10 boards and 6 blocks per game as a junior, also mentions Texas A&M, but according to sources close to the situation, the Aggies aren't in the mix.
While Lomers wouldn't admit to any favorites, he did say that proximity will be a factor – which would lead many to speculate that Baylor is in the drivers' seat.
``I haven't made any decisions yet, but I'm close and would like to do it soon," Lomers said. "Distance will probably play a factor in where I choose. It does weigh on the situation."
Lomers said he enjoyed getting a chance to go up against Georgia Tech fellow 7-footer Luke Schenscher, loved the campus and atmosphere at Colorado and had a good time getting to know the staff and players better at Baylor.
Other than that, he didn't off a whole lot of insight into the recruiting process.
``I'm really close to making a decision, but I'm not sure when it's going to happen," Lomers said.