And then there were two

Four-star defensive back Arrion Springs is just about ready to make his decision.
After returning home from a trip to Eugene, Ore., to visit the University of Oregon, Springs has trimmed his list and has plans to announce his decision.
It is also safe to say the Oregon Ducks left a favorable impression on him while he was in the Pacific Northwest.

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"It was great. All the nice trees and the mountains in the background, I really enjoyed that," Springs said. "And the new facilities are going to be insane."
The 5-11, 190-pound standout out of San Antonio (Texas) Roosevelt has not trimmed his list completely but he has narrowed it to two. It was not an easy process considering scholarship offers came from the likes of Miami, Oregon, Texas, Oklahoma, Notre Dame, and Nebraska, but he has done it and after a lot of thought and consideration he has narrowed his list to a final two.
"I guess for the most part yeah. It's out of Oregon and Texas," Springs said.
What is it about the two programs that allowed them to make the cut?
"They both have great DB coaches," Springs said. "They have put people in the league. I felt I could thrive in their systems. They have great facilities at both schools."
As he prepares to announce his decision around the first of July, he does admit he is favoring one school over the other.
"I just got back from Oregon so I'm definitely leaning towards Oregon," Springs said. "But I'll be visiting Texas on the 28th before I go back up."
Springs is currently a four-star prospect and ranked No. 26 among safeties but also has the ability to play cornerback and is No. 29 in the Rivals.com Texas Spring Top 100.