Still without an offer from K-State

Chase Daniel is sitting on 12 offers so far, but still not one from either K-State or Texas. Time is running out on both the Wildcats and the Horns to do so before Daniel makes his decision in August.

He's become disillusioned with the two schools he'd like to play for the most—Kansas State and Texas.

Both are schools quarterback Chase Daniel clearly had high atop his list of favorites just a month ago and still have not offered yet.

"It is very frustrating," he said. "If they don't offer, then fine, I can take my talents elsewhere. It's not like I'm sitting here with no offers. I have 12 schools that I know what me to play for them. I know I'll be playing college football somewhere."

Daniel came away from the Texas camp with no offer and then was unable to make the K-State camp last week.

"It's fine," said Daniel, who won't be visiting anymore camps this summer. "I don't have to go to Texas. It's their loss. That's the way I'm looking at it now."

And if Texas comes through with an offer for the Southlake, Texas native, Daniel said, "Why, so I can just complete their roster, or they can add another quarterback?"

So what about K-State?

"They're still up there," said Daniel, who hopes to have a decision made by August. "But then again, they're a lot like Texas right now. They still have to offer and show me something.

But while Daniel is sitting comfortable with offers from Oklahoma State, Wisconsin, Missouri, Duke, Maryland, Houston, UTEP, Baylor, Utah, Colorado State, Stanford, and Northwestern, he said there is still time for K-State and Texas to win him over again, but that time is running out.

"All the schools that have offered me are even right now," he said. "The schools that I haven't heard from lately or haven't offered still have a chance, but I want to make a decision by August, so we'll just have to wait and see."

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