Kadyn Proctor is one of the nation’s most highly-coveted prospects for the class of 2023, and he’s down to his final 2 schools: Iowa and Alabama.

Proctor announced on social media that he has canceled his visits to Michigan, Oregon and Penn State, and he’s focussed on the Tide and Hawkeyes. Proctor will visit Iowa next weekend, he said.

The Des Moines, Iowa, native is rated as a 5-star prospect and ranks as the nation’s No. 10 overall prospect, according to 247Sports Composite Rankings. Proctor is also ranked as the nation’s No. 2 overall offensive tackle.

The Southeast Polk High School player is listed at 6-foot-7 and 330 pounds. Wherever he ends up, he could grow into a potential first-round NFL Draft pick in 3-to-4 years.

Proctor shared the news on his social media feed.

“As this recruiting process has been fun, but also difficult at the same time, I have decided to cancel my Penn State, Oregon and Michigan officials, and will fill in an official visit with the University of Iowa on June 24-26,” Proctor wrote on Twitter.

“I want to focus on my last high school football season, and these visits have made me miss countless workouts at school, and I feel like the University of Iowa and the University of Alabama are my top two picks for now, as I have been to both places multiple times and have loved every second of both.”

You can watch Proctor’s high school highlights below: