Jones Country DB Johnathan Abraham has some big decisions to make in the coming weeks

Jones Country DB Johnathan Abraham (6-1, 208) is a versatile player who could play almost anywhere in the secondary and the Georgia bounceback has some decisions to make in the coming weeks on where he'll play football this fall...

"Right now, I'm still deciding what I want to do -- leave this summer after I finish up my two-year degree or stay and play for Jones this fall," Abram told JCFootball.com. 

Abram currently holds offers from schools like Alabama, Mississippi State, Southern Miss, Tennessee, Florida, LSU, Texas A&M, Tulane, Arizona State, Louisiana-Lafayette, Miami, South Carolina, Vanderbilt, Houston, Colrodao State, Louisiana-Monroe and UTSA among others.

"I haven't really decided what I want to do," the former Georgia Bulldog said. "When the coaching staff changed (at Georgia), I just felt like it was better to leave and start fresh somewhere and Jones is a great program and I wanted to help out the hometown school.

"My grades are good and I will have enough credits to finish up my two-year degree in the summer so I'll probably take some official visits in the summer and see what I want to do," Abram noted. "The schools I'm looking at visiting are Texas A&M, LSU, Tennessee and Florida, but I haven't set up any visits yet."

As a redshirt freshman for Georgia last season, Abram finished with 25 tackles in spot duty.

Should he decide to leave this summer, Abram would have three years to play three starting this fall.

JCFootball.com will have more on Abram in the coming weeks as he gets closer to making his decision.

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