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Nigel Warrior's mom believes his decision has been made
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Nigel Warrior's mom believes his decision has been made

Published Aug. 18, 2015 4:23 p.m. ET

Nigel Warrior recently narrowed his official list to 10 teams but only one lucky school will gain the signature of the U.S. Army All-American participant, and by the sounds of it, his mother believes Warrior has already made his decision. 

"We do not know, but I think he knows where he wants to go to school," Tangie Warrior told 247Sports. "He has been playing ball long enough - he knows where he wants to go. I think he knows. He may not be absolutely sure, but I think he has a hunch. Maybe not on the same principals as his mother, but even if it is down to what outfit he would like to play in. I think deep down, he knows who he wants to play for."

While fans in Tennessee, Georgia, Auburn and Alabama wait in anticipation for the final decision, Warrior's mom also talked about the schools she likes the most for her son. 

"I am glad I am not the one that has to make the choice, but Georgia and Alabama I do like," Warrior said. "Both of the coaching staffs there I really like. Auburn too. We have gone to Georgia and Alabama twice but have not been able to get back to Auburn yet. I have not had the opportunity to visit Tennessee. He typically goes with his dad there.


"He says he likes Georgia," Warrior said. "Georgia is in our home state, so it would be great if he did go to Georgia. I would not have to relocate anywhere."

Sounds like mom is leaning toward UGA. How much that will that play a factor for her son is unknown at this point, but it can't hurt the Dawgs chances. 

(h/t 247Sports)


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