Per The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Roquan Smith's high school coach says the player will not sign an NLI for any school. He will simply enroll in classes this summer at his school of choice.
After almost getting burned on signing day, Roquan Smith has decided against signing a national letter of intent (NLI, or commonly called LOI) when he finalizes his college decision, according to his high school coach.
Macon County coach Larry Harold told the AJC on Monday that Smith now has “no timetable” on selecting a school, but that he “doesn’t expect it to drag out too much longer” with his star player.
Perhaps most significant, Smith’s coach also revealed that the linebacker won’t be signing a letter of intent after finalizing his college plans. Smith will commit, and then officially be a signee on his first day of summer classes.
The article also says Smith is still consdering Michigan and will choose between Michigan, Georgia, TAMU and UCLA.