BRADENTON, Fla. - Port Allen (La.) three-star inside linebacker Darian Claiborne has narrowed his list of double-digit offers down to a top two at this point in the process.
"My top two are Texas A&M and Nebraska," Claiborne said.
The 6-foot-1, 225-pound defender talked about each of his favorites, both of whom he has previously visited.
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Texas A&M: "They are moving to the SEC. They are trying to play big ball and play against the best schools in the nation. They have a new head coach. They are looking real good. They are all about football over there. It is fun."
Nebraska: "They are tradition rich. They have a great head coach who is defensive minded. They know how to win ball games. They have some of the best facilities in the country. They have a nice little city there and everybody is really nice there."
In addition to the Aggies and Huskers, a couple of other schools are within striking distance of his top two.
"I really liked Arkansas too but since the head coach (Bobby Petrino) left I just don't know," Claiborne said. "I like TCU too."
As for when he will be ready to make a decision, Claiborne isn't sure at this stage.
"Whenever it happens, it happens," Claiborne said.
Claiborne, who is participating at the IMG 7-on-7 National Championship with the Louisiana Bootleggers, doesn't have any visits scheduled for the immediate future.