The father of ESPN 300 lineman Andrew Billings (Waco, Texas/Waco) said a trip to Austin, Texas, will be on deck this weekend.
Anthony Billings said his son will visit Texas and take in the Longhorns’ end-of-season banquet weekend. Texas is one of three schools Billings has on his list. Baylor and TCU are the other schools atop the list, and Mississippi State and SMU are on the outside looking in for the 6-foot-2, 308-pound offensive guard/defensive tackle.
“The schools have not changed,” Anthony Billings said, referring to reports that new schools have entered the mix for his son’s services.
“Everything is good. Andrew's good. He’s preparing to play in the Offense-Defense All-American Game in Houston at the end of the month and is starting to work some on recruitment now the season is over.”
Billings, ranked No. 255 in the ESPN 300, is the No. 12 offensive guard in the country the No. 38 player in Texas for the 2013 class. The four-star athlete, has visited all three of his front-runners.