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4-Star OG Tank Jenkins Down To 3 Schools, Will Commit On Signing Day

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ATLANTA, GA - DECEMBER 07: An 'SEC' logo is seen on an end zone pylon before the Missouri Tigers take on the Auburn Tigers during the SEC Championship Game at Georgia Dome on December 7, 2013 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)

Tank Jenkins has narrowed down his college choice to three schools ahead of next week's National Signing Day.

We're just a week out from National Signing Day. While many of the country's top players are already signed to their schools after December's early signing period, a number of blue-chip prospects like Tank Jenkins are still available.

Jenkins is a four-star guard out of Montgomery, Alabama. He is ranked No. 253 in the country by 247Sports.

The site has him as the No. 11 player at his position, nationally. He is the eighth-ranked player from the Yellowhammer State.

Jenkins is set to make his final official visit this weekend. Ole Miss is getting the ever-important last look before signing day next Wednesday.

He has already been to Louisville, Oklahoma, and Texas A&M this month. It appears that the Cards are out of the running.

247's report on Jenkins's upcoming decision hints that Oklahoma was his leader after his trip to Norman, but Texas A&M is rising following that official visit. He went to OU on January 12, and A&M last weekend, with the Louisville trip stuck in between.

Now, after the Ole Miss trip, he'll have all of the information needed for the decision. From 247:

National signing day will also be the public commitment date for the Top247 offensive lineman out of Montgomery (Ala.) Park Crossing High School, who will select either Oklahoma, Texas A&M or Ole Miss on that day.

The senior, who has officially visited Oklahoma, Louisville and Texas A&M this month, confirmed the news to 247Sports Wednesday morning. Ole Miss will get him on campus for the final official visit this weekend.

247's crystal ball still has Oklahoma has the favorite. 79-percent of the voters think he'll be a Sooner.

Every prediction since November has him ending up with Oklahoma. None have the other two finalists, though the crystal ball has been very wrong before. We'll find out where Jenkins will play in a week.