The spring signing period is approaching and the school list of Rivals150 prospect Josh Richardson is still evolving and more visits are on the horizon as coaching vacancies are being filled.
Tennessee's new coach Cuonzo Martin, who was recruiting Richardson to Missouri State, has offered Richardson a scholarship to Tennessee.
Georgia Tech was a contender for Richardson under the leadership of Paul Hewitt and still is a contender now that new coach Brian Gregory has extended a scholarship.
Interest is also heating up between Oklahoma's new staff and Richardson.
"Oklahoma has been talking to me and my family," said Richardson, who is from Edmond (Okla.) Santa Fe High School. "Coach Kruger wants to see me play before they offer."
Richardson is also considering a recent offer from Penn State and is still considering TCU, whom he has already visited.
Tennessee wanted Richardson to visit this weekend, but he is busy taking the ACT. Along with visiting Tennessee, Richardson also plans to visit Penn State.
Richardson, who is the No. 37 ranked shooting guard and No. 121 ranked overall prospect in the Rivals150, has three official visits left to his disposal.