It's been an eventful week or so for Grayson senior Conrad Obi.
First, the four-star defensive end prospect suffered a season-ending finger injury last week during a Grayson practice.
Then on Monday, Obi went public that he is no longer committed to the University of Georgia.
"I decommitted from Georgia, so I'm not going there anymore," Obi told Buffstampede.com.
"I took a visit out to Colorado this past weekend and I thought it was really nice. It was everything I expected and more. Colorado is a really nice area."
The 6-foot-4 lineman verbally committed to the Bulldogs back in March.
The Super Six selection was actually the second commitment of the 2007 class for UGA, but now he's back on the market.
Obi said he is down to three schools and he has no exact timetable as to when he'll make his decision.
"Alabama and Purdue are the only two other colleges that I am considering other than Colorado," he said. "... (The decision) is going to be spontaneous.
"It could be tomorrow, it could be in February. When I feel ready to do it, I'm going to make my decision."
Obi, who had 10 tackles this season, injured his finger last week in a Rams' practice and he said he will be forced to miss the remainder of the year.
"My finger got stuck in a guy's shoulder pads and it tore the tendon of my middle finger," Obi said.
"So I'm out for the rest of the season, but it is supposed to be all healed up and back to normal by December or