Westover defensive tackle Trent Thompson has been courted by nearly every major college football program in the country for the past two years.

Now he’s ready to make a decision.

Thompson, widely regarded as the nation’s No. 1 recruit, has narrowed down his destination to Georgia, Alabama, Auburn, Clemson and Southern Cal and will formally make his commitment Tuesday evening as college football’s most prestigious programs hold their breaths.

Thompson has long considered Georgia as his top candidate, and Westover coach Octavia Jones — who said he knows which school Thompson will choose — revealed on Wednesday that the Bulldogs remain at the top of the list.

“His number one hasn’t changed throughout the entire process,” Jones said. “Numbers two and three have changed, but number one has been the same the whole time. And that’s been Georgia.”

Thompson remained coy about the decision.

“You will see when I put my hat on Tuesday,” he said.

Thompson previously told The Herald that he planned to be patient before making a decision and would likely not decide until after his senior season, which kicks off Aug. 23 at Lee County in a nationally televised game. Ultimately, he chose to commit early so he could “focus on one school instead of five or 10.”