"I am not 100 percent right now on where I am going to school, but I will know by the end of May," said the 6-5 1/2, 258-pound Parsons. "I'm up to 10 offers now. Missouri, Texas Tech, Arizona, New Mexico State, Michigan State, Baylor University, UTEP and Tulsa have offered since I spoke with you last."
Parsons has seen a number of coaches come through Smithson Valley to evaluate him and he added that LSU and OU coaches were in this week. Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy, offensive line coach Joe Wickline, and tight ends coach Doug Meacham were there earlier this week, and the Cowboys have been one of the leading schools for Parsons as they were the first to offer. He also has an interest in Texas A&M, which offered early as well.
"I'm going this weekend to look at Texas A&M again," said Parsons. "I need to look around again before I make my decision. I just need to be sure."
Parsons saw Oklahoma State up close earlier this spring when he visited unofficially for the Cowboys spring game.
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