Norcross (Ga.) Greater Atlanta Christian running back Micah Andrews has a favorite and it's not who you might expect.
Andrews, up until this point, has labeled the Ole Miss Rebels as the team to beat for his signature, but that has all changed over the past few weeks.
"Yeah, I talked to them and they got the in-state running back they wanted and I haven't heard from them since. I feel like they have quit recruiting me all together. I'm still considering them, but they aren't even in my top five anymore."
If the Rebs don't lead, then who does?
"Right now Boston College is my leader. They have always been right behind Ole Miss and now that they have backed off that puts Boston College out front.
"I really like the direction they are headed and the things they have to offer. I think I could step in and contribute kind of early there. I'm going to try and set up an official visit with them this week."
While Andrews has named the Eagles his leader they are not without competition.
"I'm also looking really hard at Virginia, they are really close to Boston College. Vanderbilt is probably third and Wake Forest is right behind them at fourth. I think I'm going to try and set up my official visits there this week too. South Carolina is also in the mix along with LSU right now and I might take a trip to one of them. South Carolina is recruiting me harder than LSU."
Andrews led his team to victory this past weekend with 23 carries for 186 yards and touchdowns of 1, 20 and 6 yards in a 41-38 win over Calhoun County. His team is now 11-1 and deep in the playoffs as the No. 6 seed.