Recruiting: Bullitt Adds Four More Offers

Recruiting players in the secondary will be a priority for Oklahoma State in the 2009 class because of graduation losses after this upcoming season, and that is why we are contacting a lot of safeties and corners. Terrence Bullitt of Garland (Naaman Forest), Texas could wind up playing either safety or cornerback.

Bullitt is one of those prospects that has been hit on a lot already by schools and the recruiting media. He knew what was up when we called and was ready with what's new.

"Let me check on the Internet to see what you already have," said Bullitt after learning we were from "I've had three new offers and you don't have Louisville, so four offers since you checked last. SMU, Southern Miss, and Cincinnati along with Louisville.

"Recruiting is going good and there have been a bunch of coaches come by the school. I try not to pay too much attention to them and keep my head on straight."

Bullitt's track season has ended and he is now in spring football. "We just finished our second week," he said. "We've had seven practices and we have 11 more and a spring game. We do it just like a regular game."

The 6-3, 180-pound Bullitt was All District 10-5A last season with 95 tackles and two fumbles caused and two fumbles recovered. He has a 245-pound bench press and an impressive 35-inch vertical jump. He had planned last time we spoke with him to attend Oklahoma State camp this summer and he still may, but he is formulating his game plan for recruiting.

"Everybody is live. Every school that has offered (11 total) and I haven't eliminated anyone," said Bullitt. "I want to take some official visits in the fall, but I don't know which schools yet. I'll know by the end of summer. Yes, I will try to get to some schools this summer, but I haven't decided those yet."

The visits will make a major impact, but Bullitt hinted that he hoped to be able to make a decision sometime in the fall. Right now he is having a good time with an audience watching every day at spring football practice.

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