Three-star Tennessee WR set to decide

After winning the 5A Tennessee state title in 2006, Smyrna High School has had a target on its back for the 2007 season. Two close losses have the Bulldogs at 2-2, but soon their top offensive weapon will have nothing to worry about but a title defense.
Despite earlier statements that he would wait out the recruiting process and take all of his visits, three-star wide receiver Rodriguez Wilks has decided to end his recruitment and has scheduled a press conference for his announcement.
"I'll be announcing tomorrow at 10 am [CST] at my high school," Wilks said on Tuesday night.
After fielding offers from around the country including Michigan, Alabama, Louisville and Kentucky, Wilks has narrowed his list down to three schools.
"I'll be deciding between Florida, Tennessee and South Carolina," he said. "I'm very excited to make my announcement."
Through four games this season, Wilks has pulled in 19 catches for 297 yards and six touchdowns.
Wilks is rated by as the No. 56 wide receiver in the country and the No. 5 player in the state of Tennessee.