Garnett to cut list this week

SEATTLE - Joshua Garnett will have his extensive list narrowed down by Wednesday and while he didn't give lay out any specific plans at the Seattle NIKE Camp the four-star offensive tackle did offer some hints on which programs will make the list.
The Puyallup, Wash., standout who earned the offensive line MVP at Sunday's camp said he'll be looking at places with medical schools because after his football playing days are finished Garnett wants to be a doctor.
Garnett did not specify any colleges that would definitely make his list but the academic side of things will play a major factor in his decision.
"I know I could go to Florida or Miami or any of the SEC schools but I'm definitely going to look at my life," Garnett said. "If I go to the NFL I want to do something after that I'm really passionate about."
Something else to consider will be that close friend and fellow four-star offensive tackle Zach Banner recently narrowed his list to nine schools and Garnett said some of those same teams will make his cut.
Washington, Oregon, Notre Dame, Michigan, Alabama, USC, LSU, Florida State and Oklahoma made it for Banner, the second-best offensive lineman at this past weekend's camp.
"In the next couple days I'll be narrowing my list down," Garnett said. "Looking at Zach's list there are going to be a couple schools that aren't going to be on there, like three or four of them. You guys will see on Wednesday.
"Me and Zach have different goals going to college. I'm really big into football, don't get me wrong I want to play football, but I'm going to be looking at medical schools that have a great pre-med program more than I am a football power." rates Garnett fifth at offensive tackle and No. 22 in the 2012 class. The only offensive tackles rated higher are Charlotte (N.C.) Mallard Creek's D.J. Humphries, Jacksonville (Fla.) Bolles' John Theus, Tempe (Ariz.) Corona Del Sol's Andrus Peat and Ohio State commit Kyle Kalis.