Son of a b!tch...Friday at the earliest now.
Kouandjio update: No announcement before Friday | TideSports.com
Cyrus Kouandjio still hasn't made a final decision on his college destination and is down to the University of Alabama, Auburn and Iowa as of this morning. The prospect's father told The Tuscaloosa News that there are no plans to make an announcement until Friday at the earliest.
"If he makes a decision today, you will have it tomorrow in the morning," Jean Claude Kouandjio, the father, said. "He's still confused. We keep talking with him, I don't think he's ready yet. He's the one that who wants more time."
There is no timetable for a final decision, Jean Claude Kouandjio said: "I'm hoping that it will be as soon as possible."
Kouandjio, the nation's top offensive tackle prospect and the No. 4-ranked overall prospect by Rivals.com, and his family discussed his options last night without coming to a decision. The prospect is in school today at DeMatha High in Hyattsville, Md., and will meet with his family again after classes in hopes of finalizing his collegiate plans.
Jean Claude Kouandjio said the family is hopeful that a decision can be reached and that Cyrus Koundjio will sign with one of the three schools on Friday.
Cyrus Kouandjio, brother of University of Alabama redshirt freshman lineman Arie Kouandjio, announced Wednesday on ESPNU that he would sign with Auburn, but quickly began having second thoughts. He never followed through with signing scholarship papers.
While Cyrus Kouandjio seemed to have narrowed his choices to Alabama and Auburn before the announcement, the father said Iowa is now in the mix.
"He's deciding between Alabama, Auburn and even Iowa," Jean Claude Kouandjio said. "It may even come back to Iowa. He's considering his options even more now. Those three (schools) have been floating in his mind"
The player's father said Wednesday evening that the family would vote on the matter later that night. The family meeting did not result in a decision, and Jean Claude Kouandjio said this morning that the matter would be tabled until after Cyrus returns from school today.
"He's at school today," the father said. "I told him to go to school, quiet his mind, forget about it ... and we will talk about it after school. He's not ready yet."