Dee Paul Deciding Between OSU, Texas Tech

Standout athlete Dee Paul of Munday, Texas said Sunday that he has de-committed from SMU, a school he pledged to last April. The 5-11, 170-pound Paul, who plays quarterback and can play virtually any skill position, looks bigger in person. He has a great size frame to play cornerback and return punts and kickoffs, which is what he has said he prefers to do when he gets to the college level.

Paul was in Lubbock on an unofficial visit as a guest of Texas Tech a week ago to see the Red Raiders beat Kansas in overtime. On Saturday, he saw Oklahoma State beat the Red Raiders 59-21 as a guest of OSU on an unofficial visit.

"I did (go to Stillwater)," started Paul. "It was pretty good and I liked it a lot. I got to see where the players eat and all the stuff on that level.

"I was in the tunnel where the players come out and on the field. I got to talk to Coach (Mike) Gundy and Coach (Jason) Jones. I'm going to make an official visit there later."

As for his visit to Texas Tech: "It went pretty good too," added Paul. "It is close between those two schools, and those are the schools that I'm considering."

Paul is one of the fastest and most explosive athletes in the northwest area of Texas. He has Munday poised to go deep in the Class A Division II playoffs, if not win a state championship. Munday had a bye this week, which allowed him to easily take his unofficial visit to Stillwater and Oklahoma State.

Next week they get back to it with a playoff game against Wink at Colorado City, Texas.

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