Sam Proctor (6-2, 210, 4.5) from Pearland, Texas, favors Oklahoma State big over TCU. Texas A&M, LSU and Oklahoma apparently lost interest, according to Proctor.
"My visit with Oklahoma State will be Jan. 19," said Proctor, a Scout.com two-star running back who is being recruited as an athlete.
"Oklahoma State is my boyhood favorite," he said. "I've liked them since I was a little kid. They are recruiting me as an athlete. They want me to play safety, running back or wide receiver. I am not being recruited as a quarterback because they feel I don't have enough experience.
"I am also hoping to visit TCU," Proctor said. "I am trying to setup a trip with them.
"I am not visiting any other schools besides TCU and Oklahoma State. I don't even know if I still have offers from LSU, Texas A&M or Oklahoma. I will not visit them until I have an offer.
"I am wide open for offers," Proctor said. "I would also like to visit Florida and Alabama. But they have not offered me. I'm just a kid in Texas that wants to play football. I will play any position.
"I will have a press conference at my school on Signing Day (Feb. 6)," Proctor said.
"I will not commit before then. I'm just playing it by ear. My heart is telling me not to jump to conclusions. I will not know what my choice is until Signing Day.
"I have the ability to make big plays," Proctor said. "I handle pressure situations very well. I also inspire my teammates. I just need to work on my patience. I want to score quickly. I don't like waiting until the 3rd or 4th quarter. I don’t have enough patience when the game is slow."
Final senior (13-2) stats: 1,500 rushing yards/20 TDs
Proctor reports a 3.3 core GPA and 1270 SAT.