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One of the country’s most sought after defensive ends has narrowed his choices down to three schools.

K’Lavon Chaisson, a native of Houston, TX, announced on Twitter Monday that he will decide between Texas, LSU, and Florida by National Signing Day Wednesday Feb. 1.

Chaisson, a 6-4, 220 pound four-star player, is the nation’s No. 4 weakside defensive end and the 5th-ranked overall prospect in the state of Texas for the class of 2017, according to 247Sports composite rankings.

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Chaisson’s list of suitors is long, but he’s considered arguably the most important remaining recruit for Texas head coach Tom Herman and defensive coordinator Tom Orlando, who’s reportedly targeting pass rushers for his 3-4 defense.

His scholarship offers also include Baylor, Florida State, Georgia, Michigan, Oklahoma and Texas A&M.

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