Loften hasn't wasted any time getting familiar with the recruiting process this summer, camping at two Big 12 schools.
When asked about his trip to OU, he said, "It was nice. I liked the coaches and the campus."
What about Texas?
"It was pretty nice too," Loften said. "I liked the campus and some of the coaches were pretty cool."
One of the major differences between Loften's camp visits at OU and UT was the time he got to spend with Oklahoma defensive coordinator Brent Venables.
"I talked to the defensive coordinator at Oklahoma one-on-one," Loften said. "We talked about how I would fit in the defense, and he said that they would be looking out for me during the year."
"I kind of like Oklahoma," Loften said when asked about a favorite. "I just like the coaches and the surrounding our there in Oklahoma."
Loften also plays running back at Nimitz which helps him on the defensive side of the ball. When asked about his strengths on at safety, Loften said that he was good at reading the offense and meeting the running back in the hole.