Byrn Mawr (Pa.) Harriton defensive tackle Callahan Bright is slated to be the last big name commitment on Signing Day as his announcement will come on ESPNews between 8-9PM EST on Feb. 2. What schools will he choose between?
"It's pretty much between Florida State and Texas A&M," said the 6-foot-2, 315-pounder. "It's all even between the two of them. Coach Bowden was in from FSU for his home visit last week and coach Fran is coming from A&M this week. I like both coaches and both schools."
Bright is done with all official visits and has eliminated Purdue.
"I just like the other two better and always wanted to go south," he said. "If I had to pick today, I don't know which one I'd go with. It's going to be a tough decision."
Bright is working on qualifying and feels he is close.
"I just took the SAT this weekend and I take it again on Feb. 12," he said. "I need around an 800 or so, which I should get. My GPA is around a 2.5 so I expect to qualify and play next season. I just don't know where yet."
Bright was originally invited to participate in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl on Jan. 15, but his invite was taken back when he was suspended from his football team.
"It's a shame," he said. "I think the East could have used my help and I would have had a fun time down there I think. I am still a little disappointed."
Bright is ranked as the No. 14 player in the country overall.