BUFORD, Ga. -- Jeb Blazevich is so close to the finishing line he can almost see it.
Four-star tight end Jeb Blazevich could make an announcement soon.
On Friday, the four-star tight end from North Carolina's Charlotte Christian visited Alabama. That will be his final stop before picking a college.
"I'm done [with unofficial visits this spring]," Blazevich told 247Sports Saturday at the Atlanta Nike Football Training Camp. "I feel like I'm very close [to having a decision], where I have a couple schools in mind."
Blazevich has six finalists -- Alabama, Clemson, Georgia, Notre Dame, Ohio State and Ole Miss. He has visited each at least once and several multiple times. Blazevich's brother is a student at Clemson. He also has family ties to Ole Miss.
Blazevich, the No. 5 tight end in the 247Composite, doesn't plan to narrow it down any further before he commits, which could happen relatively soon, he said. There's a chance he could make an announcement on TV.
Is Blazevich, who earned an invite to The Opening with a strong performance Saturday, leaning in any direction?
"Yes sir," Blazevich said. "But it's one of those things … me and my dad were talking about it, and I've got to sit on it, pray about it and make sure it's right for me."
As for the Alabama stop, it went went, according to Blazevich.
"The visit was great," Blazevich said. "We got to know the coaches a little bit better, got to know the players, and of course, got to know more about the program, which has been very successful. This was my third trip there."
Orlando Brown hopes to pick a school by September.
THREE IN FRONT FOR BROWN
"They're great opportunities to play freshman year, great coaching staffs, and good colleges," said Brown, who plays at Suwanee (Ga.) Peachtree Ridge.
Will it definitely be one of those three that Brown ultimately picks?
"I don't want to say that because there's a long way to go," Brown said. "I want to commit sometime at the end of August or early September."
Brown will visit Tennessee next weekend. He plans to visit Arkansas and Oklahoma sometime in the near future. He already has visited the Vols previously, but not the Razorbacks and Sooners.
Brown is the No. 42 offensive tackle nationally in the 247Composite.
BAMA-UGA BATTLE FOR PEACH STATE STANDOUT?
Four-star defensive end Dante Sawyer of Suwanee (Ga.) North Gwinnett, who attended the event Saturday but didn't compete because he is coming off an injury, will visit either Alabama or Tennessee next Saturday. The Tide is tied at the top with Georgia, according to the U.S. Army All-American.
The Bulldogs have made a little move of late, and it's largely because of their coach.
"Me and Coach [Mark] Richt have started getting close, a little bit," Sawyer said. "I was there last week. It went good."
Sawyer said he could commit as early as this summer, but waiting until the 2014 U.S. Army All-American Bowl is a possibility. "I'm definitely going to narrow it down in the summer."
*Quarterback Brandon Dawkins of Thousand Oaks (Calif.) Oaks Christian, who competed in the Elite11, visited Georgia earlier Friday. He said the Bulldogs plan to go out and watch him during the upcoming evaluation period. Dawkins has three offers -- N.C. State, Notre Dame and Utah -- and thinks Southern California could be close.
*Speedy Noil, a 247Sports five-star receiver from New Orleans (La.) Edna Karr, stopped by LSU earlier in the offseason while on a spring field trip and talked to new staff, including offensive coordinator Cam Cameron. Noil wants to visit LSU, Florida and Southern California this summer. His top four are LSU, Florida, Southern California and Texas A&M.
*Shaun Hamilton, a four-star inside linebacker from Montgomery (Ala.) Carver, is announcing his commitment on Wednesday. It's between Alabama, Auburn and Tennessee, he said. Hamilton visited Alabama on Tuesday and Auburn on Friday. He plans to sit down with his parents and hammer out his decision, but said he feels like he has an idea which school he will pick.
*2015 quarterback Tyler Queen of Kennesaw (Ga.) North Cobb recently visited Clemson, Georgia and Vanderbilt. All three have told Queen, who already has some offers, they want to watch him throw in person this spring. The Commodores are expected to drop by his school this week.
*Three-star quarterback Devlin Hodges of Morris (Ala.) Mortimer Jordan, who has three offers, thinks Arkansas State, Mississippi State and Southern Miss could be close. His next visit possibly could be to Middle Tennessee State, which already has offered.
*Washington State quarterback commit Peyton Bender of Fort Lauderdale (Fla.) Cardinal Gibbons, enjoyed being coached by former NFL signal caller Trent Dilfer. "It was great, knowing how much experience he has," Bender said. "I've always seen the Elite 11 on TV, so it was cool to experience it in person and see how he coaches you. When you do something good, he gets fired up."
*Georgia safety commit Nick Glass of Suwanee (Ga.) Peachtree Ridge, showed up to Saturday's NFTC wearing an Ole Miss shirt.
Charles Power contributed to this report..