With plenty of miles logged and a constant flow of phone calls, Spring (TX) Klein Oak players Nathan Hughes and Max Stevenson have decided today is the day to give verbal commitments.
Both have double-digit offers from schools coast-to-coast, but it seems as though these two want to get the process over with and focus their energies towards their senior football seasons.
Hughes, the Panther defensive end, has narrowed his choices to Oklahoma and LSU while tight end Stevenson has the Big 4.
“Texas Tech, Oklahoma, Notre Dame and LSU are my top choices,” Stevenson said.
The decision is set to air tonight on Houston Channel 55 The Tube at 6 p.m. Both Hughes and Stevenson made multiple unofficial visits throughout the process. The latest was the two of them going to Norman, OK for the Sooner spring game.
In the most recent Scout.com updates, 6-foot-6.5, 225-pound Stevenson stated that this visit would be the last and that a decision would come “fairly soon.” He finished his junior season with 25 receptions for 450 yards and 2 touchdowns. He also played a key role in the Klein Oak running game, which gained for 1,806 yards last year.
For Hughes, the 6-foot-6, 252-pound defender, he led the Klein Oak team in tackles with 86 and had 11 sacks.