The USC Trojans are still in the hunt for five-star cornerback/wide receiver prospect Adoree' Jackson.
Jackson narrowed his list of college choices down to four selections on Tuesday night, sending the following tweet:
Jackson followed that with a tweet containing an Instagram photo of what fans can expect at Florida, LSU, USC or UCLA:
(After tweeting his Final Four list, Jackson saw his follower count drop from more than 11,600 to less than 11,100 in less than 30 minutes.)
Like the three previous Serra Cavaliers, Jackson played both receiver and defensive back. He has expressed interest in playing on the offensive side of the ball at the collegiate level, just as Woods, Lee and Farmer have done at USC.
But unlike his three Serra predecessors, Jackson is not from Southern California. He moved from Illinois in 2011, leaving behind family members in the Midwest, which is why he has always been considered a guy that could potentially play his collegiate ball in any region of the country.
Where Adoree' Jackson will land won't be known until National Signing Day, when Jackson is set to make his announcement live on ESPNU at 11:05 a.m. PST from the Serra High gymnasium.
But according to one misguided Tennessee fan, Jackson is no longer welcomed in one locale: