Northeast Oklahoma A&M tight end Mik'Quan Deane is nearing his college decision and a weekend visit at Western Kentucky has had an impact on his considerations.
The Scout.com three-star prospect spent the weekend on an official visit at WKU, checking out the campus, football facilities, attending a basketball game and getting to know the Hilltopper coaching staff.
"It was absolutely beautiful," he said of his time on The Hill.
It wasn't just one or two things that stood out to the Tulsa, Okla., native. Every experience that he had while on his visit left a strong impression.
"Everything, honestly," he said. "The people, the town, coaching staff, the players on the team."
Deane, 6-foot-4, 240-pounds, has collected over a dozen scholarship offer during the recruiting process and with National Signing Day rapidly approaching he has trimmed his choices to just three.
"WKU, New Mexico and Oregon," he said, adding that he'll make his announcement on signing day. "You'll find out on Wednesday."
This past season, Deane, a sophomore, total 22 receptions for 322 yards and tied for the team-lead with four touchdowns catches.
Northeast Oklahoma A&M teammate Jaylon George signed with WKU in December.