"It's definitely a blessing," said Choice. "Not too many people have this opportunity. I am very grateful that schools think I am talented enough for me to come play for them. It's something I am looking forward to. It's something that shouldn't be taken lightly."
Rated a three-star athlete and the No.31 running back in the country by Fox Sports Next, Choice rushed for 1,658 yards and 23 touchdowns as his team's dual-threat quarterback last season. He also plays centerfield for his school's baseball team, hitting over .400 in his junior season. He believes the big thing he has to do his senior year is reading the defense from a running back's point of view.
"I need to make sure I am seeing things correctly," said Choice. "It's a little different running as a quarterback because I usually have a lead blocker. As a running back, you sometimes have to create holes and find a good balance. I believe I can work on it and get the right people surrounding me to give me tips."
Choice would like to visit schools throughout the spring and possibly commit before the start of summer if he finds the right fit so he could focus on working out with his teammates.