Toliver pushes back final decision

With his recruiting process narrowed down to two schools, Rivals100 wide receiver Terrance Toliver has made a decision about his announcement date.
Originally, the 6-foot-4, 185-pound five-star Toliver was going to make his announcement at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl in San Antonio, Texas on Jan. 6 between LSU and Florida. Those plans have changed for a couple of reasons.
"I was thinking about it, but I changed my mind," Toliver said about the all-star game announcement. "Its both because I want people to wonder where I'm going and I'm still deciding between the two schools. I'm going to do it now on Signing Day."
Both the Tigers and the Gators' coaching staffs have come by for in-home visits in the last week. First it was Florida coaches Billy Gonzales, Dan Mullen, and Urban Meyer.
"We had a great visit," Toliver said about the Florida in-home. "My parents and I were just asking questions and not just the easy ones. We wanted to know if any of the coaches were planning on leaving and just asking them about all the details with academics. They told me the stuff I wanted to hear."
LSU came to Toliver's home next with coach Jimbo Fisher, Todd Monken, Larry Porter, and Les Miles all stopping by.
"It was good, pretty much just like the Florida visit," Toliver said. "I asked a lot of the same questions to those guys and so did my parents. We just want to see which ones have more to offer."
Recently, he eliminated Southern Cal for distance. With LSU being much closer to Florida, is that going to play a factor with the Gators?
"I just didn't want to go out to California," Toliver said. "Yeah LSU is closer, a lot more than Florida. But, Florida has the offense I want to be in where they spread it out and throw. LSU, I've been following them since I was a little kid."
"I'm ready to get this thing done, but I've got a big decision to make."