Josh Gordon, the 6-foot-4, 215-pound two-star wide receiver from Lamar High School in Houston, Texas, hasn't scheduled any official visits yet but is getting close to two.
"I’m still looking at everybody that is recruiting me," Gordon said. "But the main two right now are Missouri and Texas Tech, my favorites."
He says the Red Raiders are recruiting him the hardest. "They always have a great offense," Gordon said. "I love how they spread it out and it's a place where you know you'll get the ball a lot if you're a receiver."
Gordon says the Red Raiders are also the favorite of most of his friends and family. "A lot of my friends and family think that I should go to Tech," he said. "I'm getting pressure from a lot of people down here to go there."
He plans on visiting Texas Tech officially in December.
Another school he plans on visiting in December is Missouri. "They have a great offense," Gordon said of the Tigers. "Plus, they've been winning consistently lately, but I was real surprised that they lost to Oklahoma State."
Gordon says that a team's losing isn't going to affect his opinion of them as much as how they handle the loss. "I want to see the kind of character and attitude of the team," he said. "I'm interested to see how they come back."
Although it's an away game for the Tigers, Gordon plans on attending the Texas game on Oct. 18. "That should be a great game," he said.
Besides Missouri and Texas Tech, Gordon also likes Oklahoma, but the Sooners haven't offered. "I get some mail from them," he said. "They've sent me a few emails and they've asked me for some tape but we haven't talked about a scholarship or anything yet."
Despite not having a Sooners offer, Gordon will be visiting Oklahoma on Nov. 8 for a "prospective student day."
Gordon also has offers from Kansas, Baylor, Nebraska and Texas A&M.
"I'm still hearing from A&M and they are a possibility," he said. "But Nebraska isn't recruiting me. They sent me an offer and that's it. I haven't really been talking to the coaches or anything."
Gordon says he may wait until signing day to commit. "I wanted to commit after the season, but now I'm thinking I might wait," he said. "I'll probably be taking some visits in January too, so I may just wait until signing day to commit.
"I just want to find a place where I fit in and play for coaches that are known for producing and developing good players," he said.
Lamar High School is 5-0 and Gordon has caught 12 balls for 305-yards and seven touchdowns.
He says he plans to major in business management and reports a 2.5 core GPA and a 21 ACT.