Recruiting: OU still in Texas Giant's top 4

Dallas, Texas offensive tackle Curtis Bailey talks about his high school season and four favorites.

Curtis Bailey, OL, 6'7, 340, 5.3, DALLAS (CARTER HS), TEXAS:

JH: How is your season going?

CB: "We are doing well. Our record is 7-0 and we are ranked third in our division. This is the highest we have been rated since Coach Wilson has been coaching here. He is a great coach and does a great job with our program."

JH: How well are you playing?

CB: "I am doing well, but we don't keep stats. I am making plays by blowing guys off the ball and stopping any defender from getting into the backfield."

JH: Your coaches say you are playing the best football of your career, so what is the difference this year than from years past?

CB: "I am playing better just because I know more football this year than last. I just know more about the game."

JH: How is recruiting going?

CB: "It is going well. It is the same old things really."

JH: How many visits have you taken at this time?

CB: "I have just taken my one official visit to Oklahoma. I haven't set up any other visits."

JH: What schools are you still considering?

CB: "I am still looking at Notre Dame, Miami, Nebraska and Oklahoma."

JH: Do you have a favorite?

CB: "I don't have a favorite, certainly not yet."

JH: What are your thoughts on Oklahoma?

CB: "I think they are a pretty good team. I have a high interest in Oklahoma. They have good coaches and they play good football."

JH: What do you think of OU's lack of depth in the offensive line?

CB: "That just means that I would have a chance to go in and start as a freshman or have a chance to play. That is something that I have an interest in."

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