The 6-foot-5 Eason tweets that he will announce where he will attend Tuesday. His final choices are thought to be between Georgia and Florida.
Lake Stevens senior Jacob Eason, a five-star recruit and one of the country’s top quarterbacks, is set to announce where he’ll play football Tuesday.
Eason tweeted out Monday night: “I would like to thank everyone who has helped me in this process, I will be announcing the university that I will be attending tomorrow.”
Eason is believed to have narrowed his choices to Georgia, where he verbally committed in July 2014, and Florida.
He also took a recent official visit to Washington and had an in-home visit with WSU coach Mike Leach, according to Lake Stevens coach Tom Tri.
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The 6-foot-5 Eason led the Vikings to the Class 4A semifinals and threw for 3,737 yards and 44 touchdowns.
Eason’s recruitment had been largely quiet until just a few weeks ago, when Georgia fired longtime coach Mark Richt. That prompted Eason to reconsider his options.
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