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Friday was supposed to be a big day for four-star quarterback prospect Gerry Bohanon. The talented dual-threat signal-caller was scheduled to announce his college commitment to the world but, after placing that final decision on hold, Bohanon instead chose to publicly acknowledge a list of his top six programs.

Bohanon’s list, in alphabetical order, includes the likes of Arkansas, Baylor, Georgia, Louisville, Mississippi State and Ole Miss, though it could theoretically change between now and his final announcement. The Razorbacks could have an edge in that the rising senior quarterback hails from Earle (Ark.), though the 247Sports Crystal Ball currently projects a hefty likelihood that Bohanon will spurn the in-state power in favor of a commitment to the Mississippi State Bulldogs.

That qualifies as little better than a guess, however, and the 6’4, 215-pound dual threat has been throwing curve balls throughout his recruiting process. At the moment, the 247Sports composite ranks Bohanon as the best player from Arkansas and as the No. 11 dual-threat QB nationally, so it is easy to see why programs would come calling for his services.

Now, we know where Gerry Bohanon is seriously considering for his final college choice and the speculation can run rampant as a result.

Rowland is a lifelong Atlanta sports fan that also grew up in a Michigan Wolverines household. He previously worked with FanSided, SB Nation and UPROXX sports and covers college football for FanBuzz.
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