Making the Case: Four-star DB Terrion Arnold





Many of the top 2021 prospects signed during the Early Signing Period in December, but there are some big names still out there that have decisions to make. Tallahassee (Fla.) John Paul II Catholic four-star safety is one of those.

Today, experts from the Rivals.com network examine where Arnold might end up playing his college football. The candidates are , and .

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THE SITUATION 




Arnold can basically go wherever he wants. He is the highest-rated prospect in Florida that didn’t sign early, and three SEC powers will recruit him hard all the way to Feb. 3. He is from Florida, so some think that gives the Gators an edge. Arnold does call himself a “Florida Boy.” The Crimson Tide and Bulldogs are legit threats though, and both are considered true contenders late in this race. He is close to multiple staff members in Tuscaloosa, including Nick Saban. He knows numerous Georgia signees, and he calls head coach Kirby Smart “my guy.”

Arnold is playing things extremely close to the vest, but a decision is less than two weeks away. So, with a decision coming into focus we asked our team of experts to state the case for their respective programs and let National Recruiting Director Mike Farrell issue a verdict.





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THE CONTENDERS 




Alabama