Michigan transfer center Ekpe Udoh will have a decision very soon – and it could be very well come on Wednesday.
"I am sure it will be sometime this week and really I am just thinking about locking myself up in a room and having a fight with myself and not coming out until I know where I want to go," Udoh said. "I think that is probably what is going to happen."
Udoh (6-10, 240), the Big 10's leading shot blocker and a former Edmond (Okla.) Santa Fe standout, had previously narrowed a list of schools down to Arkansas, Baylor, Oklahoma and Oklahoma State.
He took visits to all four places, taking his last visit to Fayetteville before wanting to take some time to think about it.
Asked about speculation that list was now down to Arkansas and Baylor, he said that was true.
"Yes, I can say those are the two at the top," Udoh said.
Udoh, who averaged 6 points and 5 rebounds while blocking 92 shots last season, said his final decision will come down to a couple of factors.
"Really it's about where I best fit in on the court and off the court," Udoh said. "This is really the most important decision I have ever made in my life and I have got to be sure about it."
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