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Jeff Sentell / SEC Country.com
Cedar Grove sophomore Jadon Haselwood is rated as the nation's No. 10 overall prospect for the Class of 2019.

Exclusive: Nation’s No. 2 WR Jadon Haselwood has made his college decision

ELLENWOOD, Ga. — Jadon Haselwood is 15 years young.

He has already accomplished a lot with those years. Haselwood, a 6-foot-3, 195-pound prospect, helped Cedar Grove claim the GHSA Class 3A state championship in 2016.

Haselwood also projects to be an elite receiver or a bone-crushing safety.  He’s ranked as the nation’s No. 2 receiver and the No. 10 overall recruit for 2019 by 247Sports.

Cedar Grove’s playmaker has already been snatched up to play in the 2019 U.S. Army All-American Game.

He has his own website which lists a 4.49 second time in the 40.  His personal page also tracks a career which has already garnered 14 major college offers.

Yet Haselwood now seems fully ready for a bigger step. He shares his college decision in the video featured above from SEC Country Studios.

How does a sophomore already know that he’s ready to commit? That’s the premise of the video.

He’s made his choice from a final group of Alabama, Georgia, Ohio State and Tennessee.

Haselwood says “his mind and heart are locked on to one place.”

Did a recent trip to Ohio State make up his mind? Check the video for the answer to that one.

The sophomore picked up his first offer from Illinois in December of 2015. His first SEC offer was from Kentucky in January of 2016.

Why so soon? He said the recruiting process can be stressful and therefore he is ready to complete that phase of his recruiting journey.