The top three schools for Texada right now are Baylor, Iowa State and TCU. Texada unofficially visited Baylor and TCU in the last few weeks.
"Oh they were great," Texada told Badger Nation of his two visits. "I got to talk to the coaches a little bit more and see what they had planned for me and stuff like that. I got to see more of the facilities and the academic courses of the school. I'm pretty much thinking of those three."
Wisconsin had scheduled him for a visit this spring, but Texada never came to campus. In fact, talks with Badgers have been nonexistent for a while now.
"I honestly haven't heard from them for a while," Texada said. "It never came through, I haven't really heard from them. It would come as a surprise if they called."
Texada - ranked as the No.88 cornerback in the country by Scout.com - lists his 4.38 speed and one of his best assets. He's also coveted by many schools because of his ball hawking skills and his kick return abilities. Coaches have told Texada to improve on his size and agility before he graduates in 2013.
"[They want me to] just to keep on working on my footwork, and on my strength to get that up too," he said.
Proximity of the school to home doesn't really matter for Texada, which keeps his options wide open.
"Just as long as my parents are comfortable and I'm comfortable," Texada said. "It can be far, it can be close. I'm also looking for a place where they have good academics, which I know a lot of them offer that, and then just a place where I can contribute. I don't want them to bench me too long."
Texada has said that he wants to be on the field ‘between my freshmen and sophomore years'. In 2011, he recorded 45 tackles, five interceptions, and four touchdowns on kick returns.