Cyrus Kouandjio, the number one offensive tackle in the country from DeMatha High (Hyattsville, MD), has canceled next weekends' official visit to Iowa (1/21) due to his SAT schedule.
"I have to take a test on the 22nd and I have to choose between Iowa, USC and Auburn to take a visit on the 28th."
Kouandjio is taking his SAT next weekend which gives him only one weekend to take his remaining official visits before signing day. His top five schools include Alabama, Auburn, Iowa, New Mexico, and Southern California. Kouandjio has already taken official visits to Alabama and New Mexico. That leaves Auburn, Iowa and USC left to see with little time remaining.
"I need to choose between the three schools."
I asked him which school will get his last visit and he said "I have no idea."
Although Kouandjio has canceled next weekends' trip to Iowa the five-star tackle has already ventured out to see the Hawkeyes earlier this summer.
"I love Coach (Kirk) Ferentz, the people and tradition at Iowa. I still like them."
Change of Plans for Cyrus
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