After scratching his official visit to Ole Miss days ago, Nate Craig-Myers is down to two schools.
The four-star receiver formally announced on Wednesday that he’ll decide between Auburn and North Carolina on Feb. 3 on ESPN.
“I want to thank every coach that believed in me and gave me the opportunity to receive a degree and play football at their program,” Craig-Myers started. “After sitting down with my family I have decided to pick one of these schools on Signing Day (February 3) on ESPN at 11:00.”
Craig-Myers, rated as the No. 6 receiver in the country, has long been an Auburn target even in light of his de-commitment from the program in May. He is one of few receivers the Tigers are courting with signing day approaching, along with four-star receiver Ahmmon Richards (Wellington, Fla.).
“They were telling me I’m on the top of the list of the guys that they need,” Craig-Myers said of his official visit to Auburn. “I can be one of the marquee guys who come in and play right away because they need guys.”
On Sunday, Craig-Myers was visited in-home by coach Gus Malzahn, wide receivers coach Dameyung Craig and secondary coach Wesley McGriff.
The Tigers hold a 67 percent chance to land the Tampa, Fla., receiver, per the 247Sports Crystal Ball, which aggregates predictions from reporters across the country.
All rankings are according to the 247Sports Composite
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