Gorman, 5-foot-11, 175-pounds, had an excellent senior season, and also showed well Saturday at practice.
"I think I did real well today at practice, and I'm trying to learn as much as I can from these coaches this week," Gorman stated. "These guys from Florida and Ohio State are trying to recruit me, guys like Jeff Driskel and Ryan Shazier, and I love those guys for that."
"I know where I'm going, and I have my decision made," he continued. "I'm going to announce during the game, and it's Miami, Ohio State or Florida."
With three schools on his favorite list, Gorman discussed what appeals to him about each of them.
"These are all great schools, and each of them can help me get to where I want to be," Gorman explained. "All three have put great defensive backs into the League. Miami has Ed Reed, Ohio State had Malcolm Jenkins and Florida had Joe Haden, and they're all great."
"They are all well-coached, and all could give me a great education," he continued. "This was a very tough decision, and I'm proud of myself for doing my research and learning about each school. I couldn't have gone wrong with any school, but I know in my heart I have the right one."
Scout.com will continue to cover Gorman, and the rest of the top talent at the Under Armour game. Gorman's announcement will be made on Wednesday, and we will have his reasons for his decision.