It's either the Big 12 or the SEC for Columbia (Mo.) Rock Bridge four-star quarterback Logan Gray.
Fresh off of a solid performance at this past weekend's Elite 11 regional workout in Las Vegas, the 6-foot-2, 185-pounder said he's reduced his list to eight lucky teams.
"I'm going to play either at a Big 12 or an SEC school," Gray said. "I've narrowed it down to Georgia, Florida, Auburn, South Carolina, Tennessee, Missouri, Nebraska or Texas A&M."
By reducing his list, teams like Wisconsin, Kansas State, Kansas and Northwestern and about 15 others that also offered have been eliminated from consideration.
Gray had a solid day at the event in Vegas and hopes his efforts will be rewarded with one of the final four spots in the Elite 11 Quarterback Camp. Brenham, Texas, quarterback Jarrett Lee was named on Monday to the Elite 11, leaving only four precious spots for the nation's most prestigious quarterback camp.
"Making the Elite 11 would be a big deal," Gray said. "It doesn't get any bigger than that. I loved coming out here and getting to test myself against all the other great quarterbacks, and there were some good ones, but one of my biggest goals is to make it to the Elite 11. I can't even begin to explain how cool it would be to make it."
After a recent unofficial visit to Nebraska, Gray will make one more round of visits to check out several of the SEC schools on his list. He hopes to have a final decision by the start of his senior season.