Jordan Wilkins wants to find the right place to play college football, turns out it won't be at Auburn.
Wilkins has decommitted from Auburn according to a tweet on his twitter account.
"Decommitted from AU.... Thanks for all the love from the fans but I have to do what's best for me," Wilkins tweeted on Sunday night.
He had been committed to the Tigers since July.
Wilkins' final three schools vying for his services are Vanderbilt (who he picked Auburn over initially), Ole Miss and Arkansas.
Wilkins (6-1, 210) is coming off a serious knee injury in the eighth game that ended his season but he still rushed for 935 yards and scored 14 touchdowns for St. Benedict in 2012.
The four star recruit Is the No. 4 player in the state of Tennessee according to 247 sports.com and the No. 1 running back.
He visited Ole Miss last weekend and will visit Vanderbilt this weekend.
Elliott Commits to FurmanChrist Presbyterian Academy defensive lineman James Elliott felt comfortable at Furman and therefore he will make it his future home.
Elliott (6-3, 240) chose the Paladians over the Air Force Academy, Navy and Presbyterian.
Elliott is the second Mid-state player to commit to Furman joining Riverdale quarterback Dillon Woodruff who committed last week.
The defensive lineman is ranked No. 38 in the 247sports.com state rankings.
Elliott racked up 72 tackles including 21 for a loss and also collected three sacks for the 13-1 Lions.
Marcus Robinson commits to Ole Miss
Six months ago, Marcus Robinson was headed to Arkansas now that's no longer the case.
Robinson (6-3, 210) has decommitted to Arkansas and committed to SEC West rival Ole Miss and coach Hugh Freeze.
The Memphis East product is the No. 18 player in the state according to 247sports.com and the No. 3 linebacker in the state.
Robinson is the 23rd commitment for Ole Miss in the Class of 2013.
Miller Commits to Southern Illinois
Marcus Miller didn't want to wait so he committed his college future.
Miller, a Fayette Academy all purpose player committed to Southern Illinois.
Miller (6-0, 175) selected the Salukis over ,Bethel, Carson-Newman, Delta State and Springfield (MA) College.
Miller rushed for 1,426 yards and scored 19 touchdowns while collecting 61 tackles.
"That's the camp (last summer) where I ran my 4.37 (40-yard dash)," Miller told the Commercial Appeal. "I visited there Jan. 11, 12 and 13 and they offered me the full ride I wanted so I decided to go ahead and commit."
"They want me to get up to 185 by the time I start school on June 10," Miller continued with the Commercial Appeal. "I'm up every morning at 6 working out with (assistant) coach (Nick) Markle. They want me to strive to be a safety and I've got a spot on special teams."
Miller will also be the first Fayette Academy player to sign with a FCS or FBS school
Young Stays Home Commits to Memphis
White Station defensive back Anthony Young wants to be apart of the home team.
So Young (5-11, 175) picked the hometown Tigers over Tennessee State.
Young is ranked as the No. 34 player on the state of Tennessee.