Today's the day.

After a long and highly publicized recruitment, premier recruit Josh Jackson is set to announce where he will play college basketball.

Jackson, 6-foot-7, 185-pound shooting guard, had narrowed his list of potential suitors down to Arizona, Kansas and Michigan State. If he chooses Michigan State, he will join a class that is already rated among the best in the country. Five-star players Miles Bridges and Josh Langford as well as four-star players Cassius Winston and Nick Ward have already committed and signed with MSU.

Jackson told USA Today that he will announce sometime Monday from his hometown, Detroit, via Twitter. (Here's a link to his Twitter account for you to constantly refresh all day.)

Jackson finished his high school career with Prolific Prep in Napa, Calif., but spent his first two years of high school at Detroit Consortium where he helped win a state championship in 2014.

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