Recruiting: Has Anything Changed For Bullitt?

Standout safety prospect Terrance Bullitt of Garland (Naaman Forest), Texas, took an official visit to Oklahoma State this weekend. That could be considered a little unusual because Bullitt has been committed to Texas Tech since back in the summer.

"I'm still committed to Texas Tech," said the 6-3, 185-pound Bullitt. "This was a visit only, but it helped Oklahoma State. I'm still going to be listening to Oklahoma State, but it is down to just those two."

As for the visit, Bullitt said it went well even though it started late, just like for the other official visitor for the Cowboys homecoming weekend 34-6 win over Baylor.

Both Bullitt and Gabe Lynn, the standout cornerback from Jenks, Okla., had to make the trip after playing high school games on Friday night. Lynn arrived around 1 a.m., while Bullitt did not get to Stillwater until early Saturday morning.

"That didn't effect anything," said Bullitt. "We got there around 7:30 or 8 a.m. and the visit went really good. My host was Jacob Lacey. He was a Naaman Forest grad. The game was good and the new facilities surprised me on how nice they are going to be. The coaches were really cool and everything just went really well."

Bullitt left around midday Sunday and was back at home Sunday night to get ready for a huge game coming up this week.

"We are 7-1 and we are definitely going to be back in the playoffs," added Bullitt. "This week we play Garland and that is going to be our biggest game of the season. I'm playing outside linebacker right now," said Bullitt surprising us.

He is big enough but that is a completely different position for him. "We run a 4-3 defense and it has been different for me," admitted Bullitt. "Is it where I want to play? No, not really but I'm doing it for the team."

Bullitt said he is confident from what the coaches have said at both Oklahoma State and Texas Tech that he would be back in the secondary in college.

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