And then there were three.
Many people assumed that Dallas Skyline four-star linebacker Michael Morgan – the top uncommitted to player in the Lone Star State – was going to announce his decision tonight on television this evening in Dallas. But with more than 30 members of his family and numerous friends there on the set, Morgan decided to wait it out.
Morgan announced on Fox 4's Sports Sunday show that he had officially narrowed his list by one school, eliminating Oklahoma a school that had been hot and cold with its interest in him.
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That leaves USC, Texas A&M and Florida State as his finalists. There were rumors running wild all over the Rivals.com message boards this evening that Morgan had committed to FSU after a weekend official visit, but from the sounds of things a decision hasn't been made.
"They all showed me a lot of trying to get me to come to their school," Morgan, who is 6-foot-2 and 200 pounds, said.
"It's a hard decision. I have to go back to the house and talk one-on-one and get to the bottom of this. It's real tight. Real tight."
Morgan did not indicate when he would have a final decision, but with signing day now less 48 hours away it's a pick that's going to have to come quickly.