Recruiting: Anderson Narrows It To Two

Standout athlete Terrance Anderson of Aldine, Texas, has been one of the easiest young men to talk to during this recruiting season. He is very business like and straight forward, which he was again tonight. Anderson, along with his mother and sister, made his official visit this weekend to Oklahoma State and he found what he says he was looking for.

"It went very well," said the 6-0, 173-pound speedster who could play a variety of positions. "I had all the questions I had answered. I wanted to talk to the players about the coaching staff and how they coach. Do they coach hard, soft, or in between? My host was Tommy Devereaux and he and the other players told me the coaches were demanding but fair.

"Then I had some academic questions, mainly about the business programs because that is what I am going to major in," continued Anderson.

"Finally, I wanted to know about the responsibilities the coaching staff felt toward me," added Anderson. "What would they feel toward me and how dedicated they would be in coaching me to my best.

"I got the right answers," concluded Anderson. "Nobody held back, the players (or) the coaches."

Anderson said he will now try to decide between his final two schools -- OSU and OU. He said the OSU coaches will be back in his house on Thursday and he has to set up an in-home visit with the OU coaches.

"I will tell all the others that I'm down to just two and I'm sorry, but that is the way it is," said Anderson.

"Right now I really feel like OSU has more of an advantage because I got a better vibe on this visit," he said. "Don't get me wrong, both visits were good, but I just thought OSU was a better atmoshere. I need to talk to my mother and my sister because they were on the visit too."

Anderson said he will see the coaches again and keep thinking over the decision in his head and wants to be totally sure when he makes it public.

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