"I'm still open right now," Goodson said. "At the top, I still have it A&M, USC and OU."
With the Greater Houston Area stallion able to catch passes and return kicks/punts as well as he can take a pitch, find a seam and blow by the secondary for a take-it-to-the-house TD-run, who stands the best shot of climbing into his short list of faves with the Aggies, Trojans and Sooners?
Camp Agenda: "I'm not sure. I don't think I'll be hitting any (team) summer camps."
That said Goodson does have one special camp penciled in on his list and that's the Scout.com All-American Combine in Waco, May 22nd, a Sunday. Goodson likes his chances to wow the Scout.com brass and earn not only a U.S. Army All-American nomination but also the ultimate prize – a U.S. Army All-American selection. Who can blame him? After all, the game is nationally televised on NBC and it's a one-week, expense-paid trip to San Antonio. The best of the best in the Big State of Texas will be there…