"I have made my final decision," Snow said Sunday morning. "But I am not going to be announcing it until signing day."
At 6-foot-1 and 225 pounds, it appears it will be one of three schools.
"It'll be between Penn State, Miami, Tennessee, all of them," he said. "I told the coaches and they know."
"I didn't receive any visits from coaches this week," he said. "It was a tough decision. I really enjoyed all three of them. Penn State is close to home and I really like the coaches there. Tennessee has a great atmosphere and I think I could do really well there. I had a great time in Miami on my visit and Orien Harris is a real good friend."
Snow wasn't about to tip his hand, though. However, if there was any clue, Snow talked about his visit to UM while he talked about the status of the two other programs. I dont know if that had anything to do with it, but if I had to rank them based on the few comments he made, I'd say 1) Penn State, 2) Tennessee, and 3) Miami. Stay tuned. Snow has a press conference on Wednesday scheduled for 2 PM.
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