Stockbridge (Ga.) three-star cornerback Kendarius Webster is zeroing in on a decision and three schools are pushing the hardest for his commitment.
Webster said Ole Miss is currently leading the way, with Georgia and Florida State also making strong pushes.
"Ole Miss is sticking out the most ever since I went on a visit up there," he said. "They seem like they like want me more than anyone else right now."
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Webster said the Rebels recent recruiting successes are something that's weighing on his mind as he thinks about Ole Miss as a future destination.
"I had a chance to meet Robert Nkemdiche and his brother when I was there," Webster said. "I was thinking that if I were playing with them I'd have a good chance to play for an SEC Championship or maybe even a national championship."
He added that the atmosphere on campus is one thing that really stands out about Ole Miss.
"Everybody on the campus is like family," he said. "They seem to be all as one. Everyone says that Ole Miss is like a racist place but it's not, it's more like a family atmosphere."
Webster said the Bulldogs are not far behind and he's planning to visit for Dawg Night on July 12.
"Ever since they offered me they've been staying in contact and showing love," Webster said. "I'm going up there next week for a visit to see it again."
Webster said he's not looking for anything in particular on this trip, but expects to enjoy himself.
"I don't know exactly what I'm looking for I just know that they're one of the schools I have a good chance of playing for," he said. "There's a lot of players that I know up there so it's like a second family."
Webster and Florida State commit Trey Marshall recently struck up a friendship and now Webster will visit Tallahassee later this month.
"I'm looking for a connection between myself and the coaches," Webster said on his expectations for the FSU trip. "Me and [defensive coordinator] Coach [Jeremy] Pruitt have a connection but I don't know much about the others yet."
Webster said he'll take the trips to Georgia and Florida State and then another to Oxford with his mother in late July before making a decision.