Carver running back Isaiah Crowell, ranked among the nation's top high school running backs, has canceled his official visit to Auburn originally scheduled for Friday, Carver coach Dell McGee confirmed Wednesday.
Crowell has already taken official visits to Georgia and Alabama and will choose between those two schools on Feb. 2, national signing day, McGee said.
"Isaiah was thankful that Auburn recruited him, and they did a wonderful job," McGee said. "But he didn't want to waste Auburn's time and pin their hopes on him coming there. He's down to Alabama and Georgia now, and he's going to take the weekend off to further evaluate both situations and get some peace about his decision."
Crowell is one of the most highly sought-after high school prospects in the country and is ranked the No. 1 senior running back in the country by ESPN and the No. 4 senior running back and as a 5-star recruit by recruiting website rivals.com.
Crowell and Carver defensive lineman Gabe Wright, who is expected to choose between Auburn, Tennessee and Clemson, will announce their decisions live on ESPN at about 1:30 p.m. Feb. 2 during their team's national signing day ceremony at Occasions Event Center on Victory Drive.