Miami (Fla.) Jackson safety Robenson Therezie hold numerous offers, but he has narrowed his choices to four schools in the SEC.
"I have narrowed it down to a few schools," Therezie said. "Auburn University, University of Alabama, University of Tennessee, and Florida."
The 5-foot-10, 192-pound defensive back has already officially visited Alabama and Auburn, and intends to see his other two finalists over the final month of the recruiting process.
"I am going to visit Tennessee and Florida soon," Therezie said. "I am going to see them both in January. I don't know the specific dates at this time, but I am setting them up."
As for his prior two official visits, he talked a bit about what he learned while on campus in Tuscaloosa and Auburn.
"Alabama was great," Therezie said. "They have a great stadium. I enjoyed the game. The crowd was really into it. It was just a great place."
"Auburn is a big school," Therezie said. "They are a great family. It is just a place where you feel a lot of love."
At this time, the four-star prospect said he is approaching all of his finalists from the same viewpoint.
"They are all even," Therezie said. "I want a good program and somewhere that I fit. I want a place where I have a chance to play early."
A final decision may come prior to Signing Day, depending on when he is able to make it on campus in Gainesville and Knoxville.
"I might make a decision after the trips," Therezie said.
Academically, Therezie reported a qualifying test score and said he should not encounter any issues with qualifying.