The 6-2, 215 pound linebacker Craig Stevens is almost ready to make a decision in the recruiting process. In an interview with CUTigers.com Wednesday evening, Stevens said he most will likely have a decision in place by the end of the week.
"Yeah, I will most likely make my announcement on Friday. I think I will, but I'm not sure," Stevens said. "I just don't know. I'm struggling to make up my mind. I haven't made a decision yet. But when I do, I think I will have a press conference at my high school."
When asked if he has narrowed the field at all, Stevens responded, "Right now I like Alabama, Auburn and Clemson."
Earlier UCLA had also been a favorite of the Florida linebacker.
Stevens has already taken all of his official visits to his favorite schools, but the Clemson coaching staff will get one more chance to leave an impression on the senior linebacker.
"They are coming (this week). I am not sure when. They will be coming to the house. I'm not sure if it is tomorrow or Friday," Stevens said.
What will be the biggest factor in his decision?
Stevens said, "I am probably just going to go where I feel the most comfortable. I am also going to look at what I like coaching wise and player wise."
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