Is It Arkansas?

Little Rock Christian junior tailback Michael Dyer (5-9, 200, 4.37), who is in Fayetteville this weekend for a 7-on-7 tournament, says he has a pretty good idea of where he wants to play his college football - but is not ready to name that school just yet.

Little Rock Christian junior star Michael Dyer has a pretty good idea where he wants to play his college football.

But Dyer (5-9, 200, 4.37), the standout tailback who rushed for over 2,700 yards and 28 touchdowns as a sophomore, is not ready to share that with the rest of the world just yet.

"I have thought about it a lot more since I last talked to you and I have got an idea about what I am going to do, but I am not in the position yet to announce it," Dyer said Friday afternoon. "I am pretty sure…I'm probably a lot closer, but I am just going to give it a little more time. "

Dyer spoke during a break in the McDonald's Select 7-on-7 Tournament in Fayetteville, a 32-team event his team is participating in on Friday and Saturday.

Dyer has offers from Arkansas, Ole Miss and Tulsa as well as interest shown from LSU, Oklahoma and Florida among other schools.

Dyer attended camps at Arkansas and Tulsa camp this summer, but did not go to an LSU as he did last summer.

He got the opportunity to spend time with the Razorback coaches during a camp on June 8-11.

"I like the coaches and they are very supportive," Dyer said. "I know coming here – if I do – that I am going to get support both on the field and off the field. I have a great relationship with them so far, especially (UA assistant) Coach (Tim) Horton."

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