Bailey could decide by Sunday

Rivals100 defensive end prospect Allen Bailey of Darien (Ga.) McIntosh County Academy has again narrowed his list of schools and is closing in on a final decision.
According to McIntosh head coach Robby Robinson, Bailey cancelled a previously-scheduled in-home visit with Alabama head coach Nick Saban for Tuesday and eliminated the Crimson Tide, leaving it a two-team battle between Florida and Miami (Fla.).
"It's dead even," Robinson said. "It's 50/50 and Allen would love to make a decision as soon as possible. I think by Sunday afternoon, Allen will have his mind made up and will be ready to commit."
Florida head coach Urban Meyer visited McIntosh and did an in-home visit with the 6-foot-4, 255-pounder on Monday.
Miami head coach Randy Shannon previously visited Bailey.
Bailey has one basketball game this weekend, on Friday (Georgia high schools typically play basketball games on Saturday).
Bailey will head to his family's home Saturday morning to meet with his inner circle and arrive at a final decision.
The four-star rated Bailey is the nation's seventh-ranked strongside defensive end prospect and is the No. 6 overall prospect in the state of Georgia in this year's class.
Bailey, who has qualified academically, wants a shot at playing linebacker in college. Georgia recruiting analyst Chad Simmons contributed to this report.