Five-star wide receiver Terrance Toliver is not ready to make his decision, but he's getting things in order this week for his announcement.
LSU and Florida remain even according to the 6-foot-4, 185-pound Hempstead, Texas prospect. Toliver says that he hasn't set a date for his decision, but will get wit h his coach this week to get that set up. At the same time, the nation's No. 2 rated receiver is also trying to quiet all the rumors.
"To be honest, I've been trying to focus on school rather than recruiting," Toliver said. "It's hard though because the coaches call, or people call to find out when I'm going to be deciding. I'll have a coach call me and ask if I'm ready to be a 'Tiger' or if I'm ready to be a 'Gator.' Everything is still even."
Toliver says he hears all the rumors that are flying around. One of those was this week, when sources surrounding the situation said he was an LSU lean. The Rivals100 receiver says that is untrue.
"If that was the case, I would have committed already," Toliver said. "I'm still open with Florida and LSU right now."
With an announcement date upcoming, Toliver says that he'll most likely be making a formal announcement at his high school. The hardest thing about choosing between the two SEC programs is they both offer playing time.
"I know they're both losing receivers and I don't think they've got a guy that can do what I do," Toliver said. "I'm a big guy with my height, but I can run like a little guy. It's just hard to choose."
So is his family leaning to one school or another?
"To be honest, I don't know," he said. "Whichever school I choose, they're going to be happy with it."