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5-star junior ATH Deyon Bouie is ready to make his decision.

Deyon Bouie: 5-star junior ATH sets up a quick timeline for his commitment decision

Deyon Bouie currently ranks as the nation’s No. 2 ATH and No. 22 overall prospect for 2022 on the 247Sports Composite ratings.

He had hinted earlier this year that he was going to likely have a commitment decision sometime before the end of his junior year.

The 5-star from Bainbridge High School (Bainbridge, Ga.) even tweeted out that timing was getting closer earlier this week.

Bouie has not played at all this season after suffering an ACL and MCL tear during off-season training earlier this winter. He is not expected to be back for his junior season.

The 6-foot, 185-pound ATH impressed as a freshman who worked his way into the lineup on the 2019 Bainbridge state championship team. He’s rated as an athlete, but his future does appear to be on the defensive side of the ball at cornerback.

Check out his impressive sophomore film below.

Deyon Bouie: 6 things to know about his upcoming decision 

Bouie has been known as “Smoke” for just about as long as he has been playing ball. Why? That’s a nod to his impressive all-around athleticism.

“When I was in the fifth grade, I used to play with this team called the ‘BC Warriors’ and I was bigger than everybody and I could outrun all the other little kids and all of them. Coach called me ‘Smoke’ because ‘Smoke’ is ‘Smoke’ and I could smoke everybody. That’s where I get it from. I just grew up with that.”

The Bainbridge High School coaching staff and his teammates will all call him that, too.

What else is there to know about “Smoke” in advance of his big decision that will take place the day after the Georgia-Kentucky game on Saturday?

Smoke signals: 5 things to know about Deyon Bouie

Class of 2022 Georgia commitment Marquis Groves-Killebrew will not just be pulling for the Bulldogs here. He is advocating for them. DawgNation recently asked him who would be the players he most wanted to play with from among the 2022 class during his time in Athens.

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