"It went really well. I really enjoyed it," Stoner said. "We toured the campus and facilities as well as met with all the coaches. Yeah, I've never seen the campus before and I thought it was awesome. All round it was a great experience"
Stoner said he and his dad drove in to Lubbock on Saturday and stayed the night before actually visiting campus on Sunday.
"I think he was impressed and I know he enjoyed it for sure," Stoner said.
Texas Tech's sprawling campus made an impression on Stoner during the tour.
"Obviously the size of the of the campus really stood out being one of the biggest in the nation, but I was impressed with it all," Stoner said. "I talked with pretty much all the coaches and they were all really cool. I saw the campus with coach Morris and coach Chev."Stoner told RaiderPower.com in a previous interview the Texas Tech coaching staff offered him exclusively as an inside receiver in late May. That being said, he could impact the program he chooses in a variety of ways as he thrives at multiple positions for one of the top high school teams in the country.
The 6-foot, 180-pound athlete starts at slot receiver, cornerback and serves as punter and punt returner for Jenks. Stoner even caught the game-winning score from 14 yards out in the state championship to help Jenks claim its third consecutive Oklahoma Class 6A title.
His versatility is a major reason why he holds offers from the likes of Tech, Arkansas, Kansas, Washington State and most recently from in-state Oklahoma State, who extended the offer late last week.
"I wouldn't say it's a game changer, but it makes my decision tougher," Stoner said.
That decision could come sooner rather than later as Stoner said he doesn't have an exact date, but wants to commit soon.
When asked if Texas Tech was still in the running following the offer from the Cowboys and his visit to Lubbock, Stoner simply replied, "absolutely".
Stay tuned to RaiderPower.com for updates on Stoner's recruitment.