Christian Morris to make UCLA, Ole Miss decision Monday, announce Wednesday

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Morris will inform the UCLA and Ole Miss coaching staffs of his decision on Monday, but he won't make the choice public until national signing day.

Christian Morris, an offensive lineman from Memphis East High School (TN), is a UCLA commit but he is also considering the Ole Miss Rebels. Morris plans to inform the coaching staffs at those schools of his college decision on Monday, and then publicly announce his choice on Wednesday.

For more UCLA and Ole Miss coverage, visit Bruins Nation and Red Cup Rebellion.

SB Nation recruiting expert Bud Elliott believes that Morris will stick with the Bruins:

Despite being a UCLA commitment Morris wanted a Tennessee offer for a while. Yet he didn't commit when he visited. With an admittedly tough kid to read, I'll project him to stick with the Bruins.

Morris committed to UCLA back in July of last year, but he's made visits to Nebraska and Washington, in addition to Tennessee, since then. He also took an unofficial visit to Ole Miss in November. In addition to those schools, he has offers from Texas, USC, Clemson and Oklahoma.

He is considered a four-star prospect by Rivals and the No. 10 offensive tackle in the class of 2013. He isn't so highly regarded by 247Sports, which rates him as the 32nd-best player at his position.

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