Five-star defensive end Carlos Dunlap will announce his college decision at a 5 p.m. press conference on Monday, according to his high school coach.
North Charleston (S.C.) Fort Dorchester head coach Steve LaPrad confirmed the time of the presser to Rivals.com on Sunday afternoon.
Dunlap was on an official visit to Florida this past weekend. He previously visited South Carolina and is believed to be down to those two schools.
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"I'm going down (to Florida) to see if I feel comfortable," Dunlap said during an interview with Rivals.com earlier this week.
Dunlap previously had scheduled an official visit to Tennessee for last weekend, but did not make the trip to Knoxville.
Assistant head coach and co-defensive coordinator Charlie Strong is recruiting Dunlap for the Gators. Defensive line coach Brad Lawing is the recruiter of record for the Gamecocks.
Florida assistant Greg Mattison and South Carolina assisstants Tyrone Nix and Steve Spurrier Jr. also have been involved with Dunlap's recruitment to some degree.
Dunlap was the top overall prospect at the Offense-Defense All-American Bowl in early January.
The state of South Carolina's top overall prospect also was the defensive MVP for the South Carolina North-South All-Star game in December.
The 6-foot-6, 245-pounder is the nation's top weakside defensive end prospect and is the nation's No. 5 overall prospect.