"My offer is from Tulsa," said Thompson. "And Oklahoma is thinking of offering me."
A Texas native, Thompson said that the fact that the Sooner State has a pair of teams after him, and only Texas A&M from his home state is recruiting him, hasn't been anything out of the ordinary.
"It's cool, but I'm also getting looked at by some Pac-10 schools like Oregon State, Arizona State and UCLA," Thompson said.
Scheduled to graduate in December, Thompson will be ready to roll next spring at the college he signs with. But he doesn't have an urgency to play right away as a transfer.
"If I go to a D-I school I'd like to play right away, but it may be good for me to redshirt and learn the system," said Thompson.
Learning the system didn't prove to be a problem for him as a freshman at College of the Siskiyous, when he had 38 catches for 605 yards and 12 touchdowns.
Thompson will have three years to play two seasons. He will be at the JCFootball.com Combine next weekend in San Jose.