Aurora (Col.) Gateway High School's Zach Latimer has a decision to make.
He took his final visit over the weekend -- it was to Miami -- and now he's going to spend the next week or two mulling over what school he wants to attend.
He's choosing between Miami, Oklahoma and Colorado.
"It's even -- I still have no favorite," Latimer said. "I want the whole family here to help me decide. I want to make sure I make the right decision."
Of his visit to Miami, Latimer said, "It was straight. I enjoyed myself to the fullest. I have family all around there, everyone on the team was real cool and showing me love and all that stuff."
Latimer met with various position coaches at UM, and he could wind up playing pretty much anywhere no matter where he attends.
This year he played running back, tight end, wide receiver, linebacker and defensive end. The 6-foot-3, 210-pounder with 4.48-second speed in the 40-yard dash finished the season with 16 sacks and 96 tackles on defense and 18 touchdowns, 398 yards receiving and 497 yards rushing.