Fort Myers (Fla.) South Fort Myers four-star athlete Jayron Kearse feels prepared to make his decision again. This time will be the final time according to the talented defender.
"(I am) committing Friday," Kearse said.
The South Florida prospect previously pledged his services to Auburn, then de-committed from the Tigers and pledged to Miami, before finally deciding to re-open his recruitment.
The 6-foot-4, 195-pound athlete, who could play on either side of the ball, is choosing from a trio of schools.
"Miami, Clemson, and Auburn," Kearse said.
He spoke about each of his finalists, all of whom he has visited.
Miami: "I think Coach (Al) Golden is sending the program in the right place and just getting some fantastic players to join. It's a place my parents really liked when they visited there with me."
Clemson: "The atmosphere is good the coaching staff is good. Coach (Dabo) Swinney is a great guy who I can see myself playing for. They have top guys at the wide out position so I'll be going up with the top guys everyday in practice making me better. I have a good relationship with all of the coaches"
Auburn: "It's in the SEC, the best conference in college football. That is a place that I can see myself playing at with the coaches they have and how they develop players. (Assistant coach) Trooper (Taylor) and (head coach Gene) Chizik are great people"
Kearse says the decision has already been made and he is simply waiting until Friday to make it public. He talked about what factored into his choice.
"(It came down to) me being comfortable with the coaches, players, academics, and getting on the field early as well as my family being comfortable with the area," Kearse said.