"It was pretty nice, nicer than I thought it would be," said the 6-4, 205-pound Owens. "The whole town was nice and the facilities they have like the weight room to work with are pretty nice. The coaches were all cool and the players were easy to get along with."
Owens was hosted at Texas Tech by former Muskogee cornerback Pete Richardson and freshman sensation at wide receiver Michael Crabtree. Owens, who previously made his first official visit to Oklahoma State, said he still has a high opinion of the Cowboys and stays in contact with his recruiter there, wide receivers coach Gunter Brewer.
He has also finalized his other official visits which have grown to the allotted five. "I'm not going to go to OU next week, and I've pushed that back to Dec. 14," said Owens. "I am going to make five visits and I'm going to both Tennessee and Florida in January."
Recruiting: Jameel Owens Visits Texas Tech
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