Just like his talented brother Nate Craig-Myers, three-star cornerback Jayvaughn Myers will decide between Auburn and North Carolina in six days.
The 6-foot-1, 185-pounder from Dade City, Fla., made the announcement on Thursday.
“It has been a fun and eye-opening experience but it’s coming to an end,” Myers wrote in a tweet.
On Tuesday, Craig-Myers also announced his plans to decide between the two programs after cancelling his upcoming official visit to Ole Miss. The four-star receiver from Tampa, Fla., had joined his brother on an official visit to Auburn on Jan. 15.
“The biggest thing, really, was we wanted to get schools to recruit us individually, not just together,” Craig-Myers recently told SEC Country. “I wanted him to feel as comfortable as I felt here. I came up here multiple times. This is probably, like, his second time being up here. I can definitely see in his eyes, him being my little brother, he was feeling comfortable. That’s the place right now.”
Myers, a one-time Florida pledge, is rated as the No. 38 cornerback in the country. Currently, Auburn has a 69 percent chance to land his signature, according to the 247Sports Crystal Ball, which aggregates predictions from reporters across the country.
All rankings and ratings are according to the 247Sports Composite
— Off-Set™ (@jayvaughn_myers) January 28, 2016