4-Star WR Nate Craig-Myers Announces Final 2 Schools

Justin Ferguson@@JFergusonBRCFB National AnalystJanuary 27, 2016

4-star WR Nate Craig-Myers
4-star WR Nate Craig-MyersCredit: 247Sports (David Lake)

The long recruiting saga of 4-star wide receiver Nate Craig-Myers is coming to a close, as the elite Florida product announced his final two college choices on Wednesday morning. 

The wideout from Tampa, Florida, tweeted that he will announce his decision between Auburn and North Carolina at 11 a.m. ET on Feb. 3—national signing day.

Craig-Myers said the decision will be televised by ESPN at his high school, Tampa Catholic.

Nate Craig @NateCraig_AU

💬 #NationalSigningDay https://t.co/YQLtjGrVTm

Wednesday's announcement means the No. 6-ranked wide receiver and No. 43-ranked overall prospect in the Class of 2016 has dropped Ole Miss from his previous list of finalists, which was unveiled by the Tampa Bay Times' Kelly Parsons last week.

According to Derek Tyson of ESPN, Craig-Myers canceled his scheduled official visit to Ole Miss on Monday.

Auburn is currently the leader for Craig-Myers, with 67 percent of the 45 Crystal Ball Predictions at 247Sports favoring the Tigers.

Craig-Myers was originally committed to Auburn from July 2014 to May 2015, when he was a 5-star prospect and the No. 1 wide receiver in the 2016 class.

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In-state school Florida State made a hard push for him, and he unofficially visited the Seminoles several times last year. He dropped Florida State from his list of finalists last week.

Craig-Myers, who played in the Under Armour All-America Game and was named a first-team All-USA receiver in 2015 by USA Today, officially visited Auburn on Jan. 15.

"Yeah, you know, that's one thing good about Auburn—that's one of the pros in this situation. When I come up here, nothing changes. It's always the same," Craig-Myers told Keith Niebuhr of 247Sports. "Even when I decommitted, I came back and I still felt like I was part of the family."

He arrived on the Plains for the first time in months alongside his brother, 3-star cornerback Jayvaughn Myers. Auburn is also said to be leading the race for Myers.

Craig-Myers made his official visit to North Carolina last September. Tar Heels co-offensive coordinator and wide receivers coach Gunter Brewer visited Craig-Myers last weekend.

Brewer was the position coach for Dallas Cowboys star Dez Bryant at Oklahoma State, and he hinted at Craig-Myers' potential in a tweet to Bryant last week:

Gunter Brewer @GunterBrewer

.@DezBryant I think I found the next u here on the road in The Tampa area. #FreakFreak

Craig-Myers is a strong all-around wide receiver boasting ideal size for his position at 6'2" and 205 pounds. He runs a 4.62-second 40-yard dash, per ESPN.com.

According to Max Preps, Craig-Myers had 63 receptions for 1,018 yards and 16 touchdowns last season at Tampa Catholic. He missed most of his junior season with a leg injury but came back strong to finish his high school career.

Recruiting information courtesy of 247Sports.

Justin Ferguson is a college football writer at Bleacher Report. You can follow him on Twitter @JFergusonBR.

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