Four-star IMG Academy cornerback Brendan Radley-Hiles will have six school contending for his commitment on Saturday.
Brendan Radley-Hiles will be the last player to announce his commitment at the US Army All-American Bowl on Saturday, with his decision set to come at the end of the third quarter.
He had been committed to Nebraska, but backed away from the commitment in early November.
The Huskers, now led by former UCF head coach Scott Frost, are still involved with Radley-Hiles. Nebraska is one of the six schools that will represented when he makes his decision. He discussed the event with Rivals:
The five-star said hats from Oklahoma, UCLA, Clemson, Florida State, Nebraska and Alabama will be represented during Saturday’s announcement.
247Sports' crystal ball is all over the place for Radley-Hiles. Oklahoma is currently the solid favorite, receiving votes from 77-percent of the experts polled. UCLA and Nebraska also have predictions logged, from the schools that will have hats on the table.