The final four honestly a surprise.....its a fact he was going to visit Nebraska and Michigan last weekend or so he told Husker recruiting sites....so quite the surprise indeed....I still think USC wins though Michigan is said to be the other top team (Hoke recruited him when he was at San Diego State)....oh well best of luck to him....
At approximately 11:30 a.m. PST, Cravens will announce his college decision. Cravens has narrowed his vast list of college choices to four schools, UCLA, USC, Michigan and Ohio State.
While he had planned on unofficially visiting Michigan and Ohio State last week, the trip to the Midwest conflicted with finals at Vista Murrieta High School. Cravens has taken recent unofficial visits to UCLA and USC.Cravens has been quiet about his remaining choices, although his father, Kevin, did explain why each of his final four choices made the final cut before Wednesday's announcement.
"Education is something we stress as a family," said his father. "For us, this decision came down to the schools that addressed education first and football second."
From another article:
http://losangeles.sbnation.com/usc-t...state-nebraskaOther schools in the mix for Cravens are the UCLA Bruins, Ohio State Buckeyes and Nebraska Cornhuskers, although they're far more likely to finish in third place in this race than actually win it all. Either USC or Michigan will be landing a stud safety that could hold down the back line of the defense for years to come.