Jalewis Solomon could make an outstanding player wherever he spends his college career. But, as we found out recently, it likely won't be at Auburn.

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Solomon, who was courted by Florida State, South Carolina and Auburn, visited Florida State and South Carolina in June. He then visited Auburn in July for their "Big Cat" weekend.

Though he initially committed to Auburn, Solomon has since changed his mind and announced his de-commitment from Auburn via his social media platforms.

Solomon told On3.com: “It came down to me making a decision pretty early.”

“I rushed it and I just wasn’t ready when I committed," Solomon said. "I have been thinking about this for a while and I just have to take some time and do what is best for myself. Auburn did nothing wrong, but I just had a change of heart.”

He stands at 6-foot and weighs in at 185 pounds. He is one of the most sought-after players in his class and hails from Schley County, GA.

Experts seem to think Solomon will go with Shane Beamer and the South Carolina Gamecocks.

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“I remember my first time up there and the fans were acting like it was my 50th time there," Solomon told On3.

"They love you down there regardless of who you are. I love the players, the staff, and everyone makes it feel like home.”

Photo Credit: Jalewis Solomon X account (formerly known as twitter)
Photo Credit: Jalewis Solomon X account (formerly known as twitter)
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