Trinity High School two-way standout Rodjay Burns made his commitment to the University of Louisville back in March.
But in recent months Burns has fielded interest from several other schools, including Ohio State. Now, after a weekend visit to Columbus, Ohio, Burns said he has a "really hard" final decision to make.
The 6-foot-2, 170-pound Burns will make a final call between U of L and Ohio State in the next few days.
"I'm just going to sit down with my parents and talk about it," Burns said. "There are a lot of positives about each school. A lot of things I like about each one of them, but this is a life-changing decision. I have to just talk about it.
"It's going to be tough right now I'd say."
Burns made his official visit to U of L last weekend and spent time at Ohio State this weekend, noting the Buckeyes coaches "showed me how much they want me. I think I'd be a big part of what they're doing there."
"It was a really good visit, I like it there a lot," Burns said. "There was never any bragging or anything like that, but they take you around and show you what the players do and how the players coach. It was a good time."
While Ohio State came in late and Burns still considered himself committed to the Cardinals, he said at the end of the interview that both schools "right now, are pretty equal."
"They're different but they're both really good places for me," he said. "I just need to talk it through."
Burns, a finalist for Kentucky Mr. Football honors, finished his senior season with 44 catches for 744 yards and 14 touchdowns. He also played safety and had 22 tackles and four interceptions.