Zach Evans might be one of the top running back prospect in the 2020 class, but he’s not overly eager to make a decision on where he’ll play college football until he’s ready. And, according to a report, you shouldn’t expect him to make a choice on National Signing Day.

247Sports wrote that Evans “is looking towards March visits once the dead period ends after February.” That means his commitment wouldn’t come until at least a month after National Signing Day.

Evans, who is a five-star talent, was previously committed to Georgia, but there’s been plenty of twists and turns during his recruitment.

While nobody is certain where Evans will land, a host of SEC schools are expected to be in the mix. Schools like Texas A&M, Ole Miss, Tennessee, Florida and LSU could all be potential landing spots for the running back. However, the site acknowledges that anything is possible with his unpredictably.

Evans has received 44 offers during this recruiting cycle. The 5-foot-11, 200-pound back is considered the top prospect out of Texas and is listed as the No. 2 running back in the class, according to 247Sports. Overall, he’s ranked as the 16th-best player of the 2020 class.