"I don't even know right now," Washington said. "I have talked to my coaches about it, and they want me to go somewhere like OU or somewhere close to home. But right now, I don't even know."
The 6-foot-4, 230-pound Washington is a physical freak. He runs the 40-yard dash in 4.5 seconds. Last season, he recorded 65 tackles with 10 sacks and earned Sophomore of the Year honors for his performance. He already has offers from Nebraska, Oklahoma and Texas A&M.
Playing time and coaching style will play a major role in determining where Washington will play his college ball.
"Early playing time. I've never not started. I don't really want to red shirt. I don't have to start right away, but it would bother me to not be able to play," Washington said. "Coaching style is also important. I like up-tempo practices. I don't want to have boring practices."
Washington was in Dallas a couple of weeks ago for the Red River Shootout. He didn't get a chance to talk to any of the players or coaches from either side but enjoyed the experience. Washington saw first hand how intense the Red River Rivalry is between the fans from both sides.
"I saw a UT guy get beat up over a corn dog. I didn't want to get up and go to the concession stand, but I was glad I did," Washington laughed.
Washington attended Texas A&M's football camp during the summer. He also plans on going to watch the annual rivalry between Texas and Texas A&M later this year.