"Their quarterback coach [James Franklin] was a good coach. I had a lot of fun with him. He knows a lot of stuff, and I learned a lot from him."
Travis spent time in Lawrence earlier in the summer and talks of the camp experience with the Jayhawks.
"It was a good camp," he said. "It was two weeks ago. I thought I performed well. I tested well, and I threw the ball well."
Travis is hesitant to name favorites but, he clearly likes the in-state schools.
"Kansas State is a really nice place," he said. "Their football program is always pretty good. I think it's a good school."
"I really like what KU is doing with their program. They are changing the direction of the program. I think they are going to be good for the next couple of years."
Travis threw for 2,400 yards and 24 touchdowns as a sophomore and a 1,700 yard effort with 18 touchdowns in 2005. Travis is a dual-threat quarterback rushing for 700 yards and scoring six touchdowns during his junior campaign.