St. Augustine (Fla.) Pedro Menendez three-star athlete Tye Edwards named a Top 6 on Monday evening.

The top six for the Sunshine State product consists of Alabama, Auburn, Florida State, Georgia, Oregon and Texas A&M.

The 6-foot-3, 220-pound prospect, who is being looked at by schools as both a running back and linebacker, told earlier in the day that two are standing out for him.

"Main schools I'm focused on now is FSU, Georgia," Edwards said.

But he also stated that he isn't set to name a leader among his favorites.

"I don't know which school I'm leaning towards," Edwards said. "It's all the same."

Edwards has previously visited Auburn and Georgia. His most recent visits were to those two schools in June. He had visited Georgia prior to his June visit as well. He also saw Ole Miss in June, but the Rebels did not make his shortened list on Monday evening.

A visit to Florida State is in the works. The Seminoles offered on July 1st, but had been evaluating him for some time. FSU wants Edwards as a 'big back', with running backs coach Donte' Pimpleton leading the charge.

"I'm maybe going up there July 28th [for Saturday Night Live]," Edwards stated.

He knows what he wants to see when he makes his way to Tallahassee.

"Like how their environment is, how their school is and to see how their offense is done to see if I see myself playing in it," Edwards said.

A decision isn't far off for Edwards.

"I'm committing before my senior season starts," Edwards said.

He has not locked in a specific date for making his decision.

The complete update from earlier in the day with Edwards talking about FSU and his recruitment can be found here.

The edit that Edwards posted this evening is below:

As a junior, Edwards ran for 951 yards and 13 touchdowns and added 53 tackles, eight tackles for loss, four sacks and a defensive touchdown as a linebacker. He didn't move to the running back position until the latter part of the season, but had multiple big games while helping Menendez to the playoffs. In his team's spring game in May, Edwards played only running back. He had a pair of rushing touchdowns in that game.

Edwards stated earlier on Monday that his preference is to play running back at the collegiate level.

The Composite Rankings consider Edwards the No. 56 outside linebacker in the nation.

There are currently no predictions on the Crystal Ball for Edwards.