Jenks safety Steven Parker, the No. 1 prospect on The Oklahoman's Super 30, said this week that he is not close to making a college decision.
The 6-foot-2 standout has nearly 30 Division I offers. He said he was nearing a decision, but some things happened to change his mind.
He declined to elaborate on the situation and said he wants to keep it private.
Parker is one of four state players who will take part in the Semper Fidelis All-America game next month in the Los Angeles area.
He'll be joined by Tulsa Union tight end Carson Meier, Tulsa Washington defensive end Jordan Brailford and Douglass defensive end Deondre Clark. Douglass coach Willis Alexander is also serving as an assistant coach in the game.
EDMOND'S HANCOCK PREPARING FOR NCAA TITLE MATCH
Former Edmond Memorial volleyball player Micha Hancock of Penn State will play for a national title on Saturday night.
Penn State will face Wisconsin in the NCAA championship match at 8:30 in Seattle.
Hancock, a junior setter, had 39 assists and three aces in a 3-0 sweep of Washington in the semifinals.
Earlier this week, Hancock was a first-team selection on the American Volleyball Coaches Association All-America team for the second straight year.
She was joined on the first team by Tulsa Kelley product Inky Ajanaku of Stanford. Oklahoma's Sallie McLaurin, from Carl Albert, was a second-team selection.
NORMAN'S FRANKS OFFERED BY TULSA
Norman girls basketball player Bethany Franks, a 6-foot freshman, recently received a scholarship offer from Tulsa, according to Franks' AAU coach.
Franks is AAU teammates with Edmond Santa Fe freshman point guard Jo'Nah Johnson, who has offers from Tulsa and Texas A&M.