Number two overall recruit Zion Williamson has set a date to announce his recruiting decision, he announced on his Twitter account Wednesday night.
Williamson is still among those players from the class of 2018 that have yet to make a decision. He wrote last week in a blog post for USA Today High School Sports that a decision will be coming soon, but offered no hints as to where he is leaning toward signing.
“I’ve been really thinking here lately about the pros and cons and I just feel like the time is coming,” Williamson wrote in the post for USA Today. “I won’t say that I feel pressure, but the fact that I have to actually pick one school is starting to be more real in my mind.”
He has made official visits to Kansas, Kentucky North Carolina and Duke this season, but apparently eliminated UCLA from his list of schools recently. In addition to those schools, he is also reportedly considering Kansas, Clemson and South Carolina.
The 6-foot-6, 272-pound power forward is ranked as the No. 2 recruit overall in the class of 2018 and the top player at the position according to ESPN.