Kouandjio is 'unsure' about where he will sign
Cyrus Kouandjio, the nation's top offensive tackle prospect, has not faxed his scholarship papers to Auburn and has told his high school coach that he is "unsure" which school he is going to sign with, according to TideSports.com.
Kouandjio, one of the top overall prospects and the best tackle in the country, announced on ESPNU earlier in the day that he had chosen the Tigers over Alabama and New Mexico. However, he never completed the process by signing his scholarship papers and sending them to Auburn.
According to high school coach Bill McGregor, Kouandjio is not sure where he will sign and that he will talk to his parents before making a final decision, possibly later today or tonight. Kouandjio's older brother, Arie, is a freshman offensive lineman at Alabama who sat out the 2010 season as a redshirt.
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