"I'll be choosing among Missouri, Arkansas, LSU, Oregon, and Texas A&M. I took all my official visits so right now it's just reevaluating the teams and coming to the hardest decision of my life at the end of the day," he said.
The only school of the five that Iheanacho has yet to visit is Missouri, due to scheduling with the SEC Championship Game and his own season, but the receiver says he's remained close with all five staffs.
"I'm in close contact with all of those schools. At the end of the day, it's going to come down to a gut feeling," he said.
While Iheanacho says even he isn't sure quite yet as to what school he'll commit, but knows what he's looking for in a program.
"I'm seeing what kind of coaching staff that I feel I can trust and what kind of players I will be around. Those are two big contributing factors when it comes to choosing a school," he said.
He's also eager at the opportunity presented to him by all five schools in terms of seeing the field quickly.
"They have all said that it is up to me. If I come in and work hard then I will be a starter. At the end of the day, that's all I can hope for," he said.
On Saturday, how will Iheanacho know what program he'll join?
"I'm just going to wake up that morning and go with my gut feeling," he said.