Max Wray’s decision is coming soon.

The 6-foot-6, 289 pound 4-star offensive lineman from Franklin (TN) High School says he’ll choose between Ohio State, Tennessee, LSU and Alabama, and hopes to  make an announcement by the middle of May.

247 Sports reported the news. 247 ranks Wary as the nation’s No. No. 4 OT prospect and No. 57 overall.

Wray, a U.S. Army All-American, de-committed from Georgia in March.

In his remarks to 247, he gave high marks to all  the finalists. He said he believes Tennessee, his home-state school, is on the rise; that Alabama is the “best in the business;”  spoke highly of how LSU has turned around the program; and glowed about OSU’s coaches and facilities.

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