Four-star safety D'Anton Lynn of Celina (Texas) High School said on Wednesday night that he'd like to get his decision out of the way before his team's playoffs begin.
Celina, currently 9-0 and ranked first or second in 3A depending on the poll, wraps up its regular season this week. Playoffs begin the following week.
"I'd like to take care of it soon," he said of his decision. "I'd like to get it out of the way before playoffs."
"I haven't taken an official visit to Florida, so I'd say the top two are OU and Penn State," he said.
Lynn (6-1, 177) took his official visit to Norman last month during the Missouri game. He was back in town last weekend on an unofficial visit when the Sooners hosted Texas A&M.
Still, he wouldn't say he's ready to make OU his favorite.
"I'm not a lean to either school right now," he said.
Lynn plays free safety for Celina. Offensively, he's played at both quarterback and tailback, but is currently the starting tight end.
He said he's being recruited to play corner at the next level.
"I think it's a good idea, because if I can learn the position I think I can be pretty good with my size," he said. "And if it doesn't work out, I know I can always go back and play safety."