Jayson Stanley has had a commitment date in mind and he wanted it to happen in Oregon at The Opening early in July.
That is likely not to happen now. Stanley was unable to get to a Nike Football Training Camp, so he has not received an invite to The Opening.
A summer decision is still a possibility though. When asked about the odds that he still commits before his senior season, he said, "On a scale 1-10, I would say a 6 right now."
He is still leaning towards committing before the end of July and he has some schools he is really focused on. Auburn and Georgia lead the way, but Alabama, Clemson, and Florida are still in the race.
A visit to Florida in the coming weeks is in the talks. He was at Georgia last week for a 7on7 and when asked who is recruiting him the hardest right now, he said, "Georgia by far."
The 6-foot-3, 202 pound wide receiver out of Fairburn (Ga.) Creekside is going to choose the school where he feels the most at home and where he thinks he can make the biggest impact at as a freshman. He wants to play as a true freshman.
There is still a possibility that the four-star could take his recruitment into the fall and takes some official visits before announcing his decision. The odds still favor an early decision those based on what Scout is hearing.
Stanley told Scout directly Saturday afternoon that he has "no leader" and that a decision has "not" been made. Some feel his mind is made up and that he is just waiting for the right time to announce that decision.
Stanley is the No. 31 wide receiver and the No. 245 overall prospect on Scout.