Four-star Texas Longhorns offensive tackle target Chuck Filiaga has a decision date in mind.
According to 247Sports, the Aledo product will choose between an impressive list of suitors on January 7 at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.
A California native that moved to Texas this offseason, Filiaga has become one of the nation’s most highly coveted linemen, with programs including Texas, Michigan, Oregon, Tennessee and Oklahoma seeking his services.
Filiaga was on hand for an unofficial visit for Texas’ thrilling victory over Notre Dame and has since unofficially visited Ole Miss and officially visited Oregon and Michigan.
The in-state target plans to take officials Oklahoma and Nebraska soon, though it’s unclear which program will receive his fifth visit. It’s also unclear if Filiaga will make a return trip to Austin, but his mother wants him to remain close to home for college so that is on the ‘Horns’ side.
Filiaga ranks as the nation’s No. 16 offensive tackle and No. 15 player in Texas, per 247Sports Composite rankings.