North Carolina State coaches have scheduled an in-home visit for Tuesday night. Auburn coaches will be in on Wednesday.
Devin Aromashodu is shown in action playing for Miami Springs High School.
Aromashodu says he hopes to have a decision by Thursday. "I committed to North Carolina State earlier today, but then I changed my mind" he told Inside the Auburn Tigers. "Since then, I have changed my mind. I am uncommitted. I am not sure where I am going to sign now, but I have narrowed it down to Auburn and North Carolina State."
The wide receiver also visited Florida this past weekend. Earlier, he took visits to Ohio State and Michigan State.
A standout at an Auburn football camp, he took his official visit to Auburn for the Alabama football game weekend. "I like Auburn and am still considering them. It is a tough decision, but I should have one soon. Maybe as soon as Thursday."
On Monday night, he played in the annual Dade-Broward All-Star game. "It was OK, but it was disappointing for me," he says. "Our quarterback never threw me the ball. The one time he was getting ready to throw it to me, he was sacked." Broward, which featured Auburn commitment Caviri Dailey at safety, won 35-14. "He looked good to me," Aromashodu said. "He made a real nice play breaking up a deep pass." Dailey is from Plantation High.
Auburn running backs coach Eddie Gran, who recruits South Florida, is scheduled to visit the big wide receiver on Wednesday. Whoever wins the battle for Aromashodu will likely be getting two wideouts because he and friend Lamart Barrett both say they want to play college football together. Barrett, a wide receiver who is attending Avon Old Farms School in Avon, Conn., visited Auburn this past weekend and committed to the Tigers after the trip. However, Aromashodu heads to the Wolfpack, look for both to sign with N.C. State.