Pennamon told reporters after his official visit that he will sit down with his parents and decide his future "tonight or tomorrow morning."
"It's between here (Ole Miss), Alabama and Texas A&M," he said. "I will probably announce tomorrow. I'm looking at all the pros and cons of each school and opportunities. The visit here was really good. I've been committed here for a while. I'm just looking at my opportunities now."
Pennamon spent a lot fo time with Ole Miss quarterback Chad Kelly during his visit.
"I spent a lot of time with a lot of guys. The highlight was hanging out with the players and building some chemistry," he stated. "It's amazing how you can get to know someone so quickly and form a bond. My favorite official visit has been here at Oxford, but A&M is coming after me extremely hard. They're telling me I'll have an opportunity to play quickly and make an impact."
Pennamon said he talked to both Bama and A&M during his official visit to Ole Miss.
"While I had free time, we talked," he stated, when asked.
The 5-foot-11, 199-pound Pennamon, who is rated a four-star prospect by Scout.com, said he would most likely announce his final decision on Twitter.
"You know, it's social media and the easiest way to do it now," he closed.