Five-star quarterback Matt Corral appears to have his eyes on the SEC as he plans the next moves in his recruitment.
Corral, the No. 2 pro-style quarterback in the class of 2018, made waves with his decommitment from USC two weeks ago.
The surprising move came after over a year as a member of the Trojans class.
Now, it doesn't look like the California native will stay out West.
According to Scout, Corral is set to take visits to three huge SEC powers before making his new decision.
He had been committed to the Trojans since February of 2016 but decided to open things up and is now focusing on a trio of schools in the South.
Corral is planning to take July visits to Alabama, Florida and Georgia and then make his decision sometime late in the summer. He has already been to Georgia and had a great visit and said he's very excited to check out the Tide and Gators as well.
Georgia has been trending for Corral as of late. 89-percent of voters in 247Sports' crystal ball have him ending up with the Dawgs. The remaining vote went to Florida.
Corral also holds offers from Arizona State, Michigan, Texas A&M, and UCLA.
247 ranks him the No. 17 overall player in the class of 2018, and the No. 2 player in California.