Terrace Marshall Jr., the top wide receiver in the class of 2018, released his top four schools on Friday night.
Marshall says that the four schools that he will be "focusing on" down the stretch are LSU, Miami, Texas, and Texas A&M.
The full note that he posted to Twitter:
"First and foremost I would like to thank God. This has been one difficult process and without him, I would be lost in this recruiting business. Also, I would like to thank my fam and friends for the unconditional love and support, they understand the importance in this decision and do not take it lightly... With that being said, me and my family will be focusing on these 4 universities for the remainder of this process."
Marshall, a Bossier City, Louisiana native, is the No. 10 player in the country, and the top wide receiver and player from the Bayou State, per 247Sports' composite rankings.
It's probably not surprising that the voters in 247's crystal ball believe he will end up with his home state LSU Tigers. 87-percent of the 15 predictions made have him heading to Baton Rouge. Texas A&M and TCU have each received votes as well, but with the Horned Frogs missing the cut for this top four, it doesn't seem like they're a real option.
Other big offers for Marshall include Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Kentucky, Mizzou, Nebraska, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Ole Miss, Oregon, Tennessee, Texas, and UCLA.
Marshall is also a standout basketball player, and has a scholarship offer from Northwestern State to play hoops.