Four-star class of 2024 safety Jordan Pride has narrowed down his schools to six.

The junior will be choosing between Texas A&M, Arkansas, Florida, Ole Miss, Tennessee, and Alabama.

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The Fla., native ranks No. 84 nationally, No. 6 in safeties, and No. 13 in the state of Fla., according to 247Sports Composite. 

"While at the national powerhouse flashed some range on the backend and was able to use his longer reach to eliminate throwing windows. Quick to read and diagnose. Understands how to play angles and has the footspeed to close most gaps. Face-up tackler that can wrangle larger players to the ground, but could always get a little more aggressive at the point of attack, especially if he wants to live in the box. Has the makeup of a potential ace on special teams given how he runs and sifts through traffic. Overall, should be viewed as a potential impact player in the back seven for a Power Five program," said director of scouting for 247Sports Andrew Ivins.

According to the On3Sports Recruiting Prediction Machine, Texas A&M is the favorite to land the prospect with a 67% chance.

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