Three-star Miami (Fla.) linebacker
Ali Highsmith says he's facing the toughest decision he's ever had to
"It's either Miami or LSU, but I have no idea right now
which way I'm going to go," he said. "This has been a real hard decision. One
day I think it's Miami, then the next I think it's LSU. I'm just going to sit
down this weekend and do nothing but think about these schools, try to write
down all the good things and bad things about each one of them."
Problem is, if you could label it as such, there aren't
many bad things.
"No, there aren't," he said. "I feel like I'll be going
to a great school no matter what. Sometimes I feel like just flipping a coin. It
may wind up being whatever I feel on that particular day. I really don't know."
Highsmith (6-0, 204, 4.5) recorded 94 tackles and seven
sacks as a senior at Miami Central.