A week from today, the stress will ease for Carroll quarterback Kenny Hill. A three-week whirlwind of dealing with official visits to Baylor, Kansas State and Texas A&M - in that order - augmented by in-home visits between all three of those schools was likely enough to make his head explode.National Signing Day is Feb. 6. For each recruit, it reveals a range of emotions from excitement to anxiety to relief. Hill has certainly gone through his share. There's a lot to absorb.As he shared with me two weeks ago following his visit to Baylor, he wasn't sure about where things were going with the Aggies. While he has been committed to the Aggies for some time, the door cracked in December. Heisman trophy winner Johnny Manziel is only going to be a sophomore, and offensive coordinator Kliff Kingsbury took over at Texas Tech.Three really successful programs want him. Three really successful programs have made their case. Only one is going to emerge with smiles.By the time you read this in print, Hill may have made his decision. Maybe not. What became interesting was when I contacted him briefly on Sunday. He concluded his visit to College Station but said he would know more this week.My take was that if the Aggies didn't lock him down following this trip, then that may have changed something. However, there was a report that when Hill was at a Carroll basketball game last week, he was wearing Texas A&M items.Don't you love it when that kind of information is reported?It gets a little absurd but that's what happens when you are one of the most coveted recruits in the country. People want to know what you're every move. Rivals recently ranked Hill No. 137 in its final national 250 list.The chess game of in-home visits should have ended last week when Baylor head coach Art Briles paid Hill a visit. Texas A&M head coach Kevin Sumlin saw Hill on Jan. 12.Of the three contenders, Baylor has an interesting situation at quarterback. The program is probably not going to get a medical redshirt for 2012 starter Nick Florence. That really makes the Bears thin between the little-used Bryce Petty and redshirt freshman Seth Russell. Briles has said the quarterback competition would be wide open in the spring.Baylor signed Chris Johnson out of Bryan - he enrolled earlier this month - but he's considered more of a project. I suspect he could change positions, especially if Hill switches. Given his more polished dual-threat talents, Hill could realistically have a chance to see playing time this fall in some capacity.At A&M, Hill could be a Manziel injury away from moving up the depth chart or the coaching staff considering removing a possible redshirt. There's also the possibility that if Manziel's stock continues to rise, he can leave A&M after the 2014 (his junior) season. Hill would have three years.With Kansas State, the wildcats signed a junior college dual-threat quarterback in Jake Waters in December. It also has a freshman in sophomore-to-be Daniel Sams who appeared in eight games in 2012. It was mainly mop-up duty. Hard to know where Hill fits there.So it would appear that Hill has some hard choosin' to do. You just hope that everything he has reviewed and will review gives him the clearest possible answer.No one said this would be easy.