Pittsburgh (CA) quarterback Jayden Rashad everything is ready for the announcement on Sunday, June 26th.

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He will announce his commitment Sunday at CBS Sports headquarters at 4:00 pm ET/1:00 pm PT.

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This is an important date for Rashada too.

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“My grandmother’s birthday is June 26th,” Rashada said.

Originally scheduled for Saturday, June 18, it will now be eight days away.

Rashada will choose between Florida, LSU, Miami, Ole Miss and Texas A&M.

The East Bay product ranks #5 among his Top247 positions and is the most promising quarterback in the West.

And with over 30 offerings, it’s clear why he has fans from coast to coast. Rashada named the top seven last month: California, Florida, LSU, Miami, Ole Miss, Oregon and Texas A&M, and five of those schools received official visits – Florida, LSU, Miami, Ole Miss and Texas A&M.

He just made a mid-week trip to Miami, a school he unofficially visited back in April, and the Hurricanes and new head coach Mario Cristobal received Rashada’s fifth and final visit ahead of his announcement.

Rashada will travel to Los Angeles next week to compete in the Elite 11 final at Mira Costa HS in Redondo Beach.

Rashada has been invited to all three major All-Star Games: the 2023 Under Armor All-American Game in Orlando, the 2023 All-American Bowl in San Antonio, and the 2023 Polynesian Bowl in Honolulu.

Jayden Rashad intelligence report: From a physical standpoint, Rashada has a build and build that can add enough weight and strength. Checking in at a proven half of 6ft 3.5in and weighing around 185lbs, he has the shape to add at least 20lbs of muscle easily. As he matures and becomes stronger, this will benefit his endurance, long-term abilities and development. Rashada is confident in his pocket thanks to his mobility to avoid rush and buy time to play under pressure. He has poise and is great at off-platform play. Mechanically, it has a smooth and easy throw. Rashada quickly hits the ball, generating lower body strength to make the ball fall out of his hand. Rashada does a good job of changing his speed and adding touches to his shots when needed to get a pass into tight windows or finish shots over defenders. He has a good ball delivery when passing, when only the receiver can play. As he continues to play, you should see an increase in his ability to go through his progressions and understand before the snap what kind of cover the defense is in so he can get the ball faster than he already does. Chris Singletary