Jalen Ramsey will host USC, Florida, FSU coaches, decide next week

Jalen Ramsey, one of the top five cornerbacks in the nation, will decide between USC, Florida, and FSU after he meets with coaches from the three schools at his home next week.

Jalen Ramsey, a top recruit at cornerback, will decide between USC, Florida, and Florida State next week after coaches from each school visit him at home in Nashville.

Ramsey, a 6-foot, 190-pound cornerback from Brentwood Academy, is considered one of the top five cornerbacks in the country, with some services giving him five stars. He's technically a commit to USC, having committed over Vanderbilt and Washington in July, but Mike Farrell of Rivals reports his destination is up for grabs.

Ramsey visited USC last week, but that didn't stop speculation that he was planning on flipping his pledge. With five-star safeties Su'a Cravens and Leon McQuay as well as four-star Chris Hawkins already committed to USC, they already have an absolutely stacked defensive backfield recruiting class, but at Florida, he'd be competing with with Vernon Hargreaves III - considered the best cornerback recruit in the country. Ramsey had also visited Washington and Mississippi State since committing to USC, but is no longer considering those schools.

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