TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) — It's the eve of National Signing Day, and on Wednesday, dozens of Big Bend and South Georgia athletes will sign letters of intent to continue their football career at the next level.
Terrion Arnold, is a defensive back from St. John Paul II. He hasn't made his decision known as to where he'll play college ball, but he's narrowed it down to three schools; Alabama, Florida, or Georgia. Arnold has said throughout his young career he wanted to take his time, enjoy the recruiting process, and now that we're 24 hours out from everything becoming official, he said he's ready for the moment.
"It'll definitely be a sense of relief," he said Tuesday. "There's a lot of hype that surrounds the decision and a lot that went to it. Having to decide between those three schools, because I could see myself playing at each and every one of those three schools. It will be a sense of relief for me, and I'll just be ready to get to work."
Arnold's signing will be covered on ESPN, but we'll have more from his big day, as well as others across the Big Bend and South Georgia on ABC 27.