Four-star Hope Mills, N.C. tight end Jonathan Hannah will make his decision very soon.
"Next week I'll have a press conference and announce what I'm going to do," the highly sought after South View High School prospect said. "After my last visit to NC State I will sit down with my family and make the decision."
The 6-foot-4, 251-pounder isn't giving any hints what that decision will be.
"They are all even right now," Hannah said.
Hannah, the fourth-ranked tight end in the country by Rivals.com, has visited Clemson, Virginia Tech, North Carolina and South Carolina. The NC prep star said the North Carolina and South Carolina visits both went well.
Now he will go to NC State, where he is father played tight end, for his final official visit.
"It will be good to have something to compare with after the great visits I have had so far." Hannah said.
There have been plenty of visitors this week. UNC coaches came in Tuesday and then Virginia Tech made their case Wednesday, and South Carolina stopped by Thursday.
"They all went very good," Hannah said.
It has been a good year for Hannah, who led his team to the state football championship game in North Carolina.