Drew Barker Has Made Decision

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Updated: 5/09/2013 7:24 pm
Drew Barker has made his college decision.  he's just not sharing it until Friday afternoon at 3:30.

The 6'3", 215 pound, four-star prospect out of Conner High School said the three finalists are UK, Tennessee and South Carolina.

All SEC schools.

But just because Barker is a Solid Blue basketball fan, that doesn't mean he's a future Cat.

The senior QB said the most difficult part of the process was not picking the final school...which was hard...but telling the other schools no.

More from the potential future Wildcat...and what would be another huge get for Stoops...in the video.
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