Decision day is rapidly approaching for four-star receiver, Frank Iheanacho (Houston, Texas. Westside) as the 6-7, 220-pound recruit is announcing his college decision at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl on Jan. 4, but he still doesn’t know where that will be, according to Barton Simmons of 247Sports.
“This week is me evaluating everything I’ve been through – the schools, the coaching staffs and the teams – and putting all that together and making the biggest decision of my life. I’m stumped. I’m just going to go with a gut feeling. I’m definitely going to decide on Saturday, though.”
Iheanacho is player with a high ceiling after concentrating on football this season after being a basketball player earlier in his prep career and has taken official visits to the LSU Tigers, Oregon Ducks and Arkansas Razorbacks. He has also visited the Texas A&M Aggies and Missouri Tigers.
Iheanacho recorded 16 touchdowns on his 44 receptions this season and I’m predicting he picks the Aggies on Saturday and could develop into the next former basketball player turned wide receiver/tight end joining the likes of Tony Gonzalez, Antonio Gates and Jimmy Graham.
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