The offensive line prospect on Washington's radar will announce his college decision this coming Monday, per his father, Nofo Eletise.
At The Opening earlier this month, Eletise informed Scout.com's Greg Biggins that he had narrowed his list of schools to five.
"In no order, it's Arizona State, Arizona, Washington, Nebraska and Ole Miss," Eletise said.
He also went on to list the reasons each school made his final five.
Arizona State - "I love Chris Thompson. He's a good coach. He's a christian and he talks to me about his faith and that's a big part of my decision."
Arizona - "The coaches are all nice. They have a good academic program for the athletes and a lot of help for them."
Washington - "It's a good school. They have great academics. The coaches all have good morals and I think they are going to be a great team in the coming years."
Nebraska - "Coach (Mike) Cavanaugh is a great coach. A bunch of coaches I work with know coach Cav and they say great things about him."
Ole Miss - "They are known for "Big Mike" (Michael Oher). They are a really good school with great traditions. I have gotten to know the coaches really well. I have a great connection there."
Eletise did mention that he had hoped to take some official visits before he decides, but that doesn't appear as if it will be the case.
The four-star offensive line prospect visited Washington last week and the Huskies are the last program he will have visited before making his decision.