Recruiting: Jonathan Wilhite

Talented Butler County (Kans.) C.C. cornerback Jonathan Wilhite not only has finals to think about this week but he may soon be making his choice of where he will transfer to play Division I football.

"I'm just trying to do the best I can on these finals," said the 5-11, 185-pound Wilhite. "I talked to my head coach (at Butler) (Tuesday) and he told me to really work hard on the tests and studying so I can be a predictor (midterm transfer). It's 50-50 right now on whether I can get out at midterm. I just have to wait and see how my tests come out."

Wilhite said he won't sign Wednesday on the National Signing Day for midterm junior college transfers, but that he could be signing in a couple of days if he gets the good news following his tests.

"I'm trying to decide between Oklahoma State and Auburn," said the Louisiana native out of Monroe Quachita Parrish High School. "Both are good schools and I liked the facilities, the coaches, and the players on my visits. Auburn has the Tiger Walk and OSU has a Cowboy Walk and those are pretty cool. They are just two great places to play football."

Wilhite said he won't think about the decision until the finals are over and then hope that he gets to sign with one and be on his way to Division I football for the next semester.

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