""I don't know (on a decision), but I think I will be ready to announce something in two weeks," Okung said when asked if he was going to go down to the wire with a college choice.
The question was logical as Okung has two more visits scheduled -- Jan. 20 to Oklahoma and Jan. 27 to LSU. The 6-4, 250-pounder already has visited Nebraska (Nov. 11) and Oklahoma State (Dec. 9).
"I've eliminated Nebraska," said Okung. "It is down to OSU, LSU, and OU. I'm really looking to major in business management and I'm looking for a good (football) program, really a winning program."
Okung said the dead period was a good time for him as the phone quit ringing and he had time to think.
For Oklahoma State, Okung is a major target as he is the final offensive lineman off its initial list and they are looking to add one more to the class as they work on closing it out.
Recruiting: Okung Close To Decision
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