There was never a question of the top two teams for Garland (Texas) four-star defensive tackle Brandon Antwine but lately he had always reported a top four – at least until now.
Florida and USC were the top two teams with Texas Tech and Oklahoma rounding out his top four behind them. However, childhood dreams for the 6-foot-1, 275-pound defensive lineman may have shaved that list down, at least for now.
"OU and Tech are mainly out of it," Antwine said. "Florida and USC are neck and neck because I've always dreamed of being a Gator or a Trojan since I was four years old."
Though Antwine is very blunt about his order of favorites, he still maintains that he will take all visits.
"I'm definitely taking all four," Antwine said. "I just have to be honest about it though and say that really unless something crazy happens, it's down to Florida and USC."
It appears that things are still very up in the air for Antwine, even though he is dead set on his top two teams. Next week he'll set up his trips.
"I was thinking about calling all of the coaches and setting them up," Antwine said. "After I get those done I can make my decision during our playoff games because I think I'm going to be graduating early in December."
"I won't know where I'm going until I get my trips done."
Antwine is rated as the No. 24 overall prospect in the state of Texas and a member of the Rivals250.