Seven uncommitted prospects including the 247Sports Composite No. 1 player Leonard Fournette, will make their college announcements Jan. 2 during the 2014 Under Armour All-America Game at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Fla.
Tabor will pick Alabama or Arizona on Thursday.
Florida commit Dalvin Cook will also be making his final decision this week. He’s currently not scheduled to do it during the game, but Under Armour event coordinators are working to fit Cook into the TV schedule. Cook is down to Florida, Florida State and Miami. The Noles are the favorite to flip Cook according to his Crystal Ball.
Fournette will be choosing among three schools: Alabama, LSU and Texas. The Longhorns, who Fournette threw into the mix, are considered a long shot with LSU being the favorite over Alabama according to Fournette’s Crystal Ball.
247Sports Composite five-star cornerback, Tony Brown, is down to five schools: Alabama, LSU, Ohio State, Texas and USC. Like Fournette, LSU is the favorite heading into Thursday with Brown’s Crystal Ball currently 100 percent for the Tigers. Brown is ranked No. 9 in the country according to the 247Sports Composite.
New Orleans (La.) Edna Karr wide receiver Speedy Noil will choose between LSU and Texas A&M and told 247Sports following Sunday’s practice that he made his decision about a week ago. TheTigers are once again the favorite to land Noil according to his Crystal Ball.
Noil’s teammate, Gerald Willis, will pick between LSU and Florida on Thursday. The consensus five-star defensive tackle took official visits to LSU, Florida and A&M this fall. Like Noil, Willis’ Crystal Ball is leaning heavily toward the Tigers and it’s been that way since March.
Washington (D.C.) Friendship Academy five-star cornerback Jalen Tabor eliminated Maryland and will choose between Alabama and Arizona on Thursday and will not inform either staff beforehand. Tabor’s Crystal Ball has been trending toward the Tide in the last 24 hours.
Four-star safety Jamal Adams has three finalists: Florida, LSU and Ole Miss with the Tigers trending lately according to his Crystal Ball. The Gators were thought to be his leader for a long time, but LSU has made up ground over the last month following his official visit on Dec. 6. Every prediction in the last month has been for the Tigers.
247Sports Composite four-star wide receiver Travis Rudolph will choose among Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Florida State and Miami. Rudolph told 247Sports that Alabama was his leader on Saturday, but currently his Crystal Ball is favoring FSU at 73 percent. This will be one to watch leading up to Thursday.