The nation's No. 1 offensive guard, Cleveland (Ohio) Glenville big man Aundrey Walker, has narrowed down his list of schools to three heading into his decision on Wednesday. So who has made the cut and when will he decide?
"It's down to USC, Ohio State and Michigan State," said Walker who didn't make his final official visit to Wisconsin and has eliminated Florida State. "With each of those schools I like the programs, the coaches, the areas and everything about it. It's really going to come down to where my heart is at and I honestly haven't decided yet."
Most feel this will come down to a USC-Ohio State decision for the 6-foot-5, 355-pounder but he maintains all three schools are equal.
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"USC is my dream school, Ohio State is close to home and Michigan State is a great program," he said. "I can't go wrong with any of the three. If I decide to go out west, my family will move with me and if I stay close to home at OSU or MSU they won't need to, but we're prepared to do whatever it takes."
Walker isn't sure what time he will make his announcement on Wednesday.
"I'll know that sometime tomorrow," he said. "My coach will tell me and we'll do it on Wednesday. I know everyone thinks I'm going one place over the others but I can really tell you I don't know yet."