Ever since he de-committed from Baylor, four-star dual-threat QB Kellen Mond has been a top target of both Auburn and Texas A&M.

After visiting with the Aggies last weekend, Mond, a 2017 recruit, took a trip to Auburn this weekend. But according to scout.com, he’s still undecided which SEC school he likes more:

“I really don’t have a number one right now,” Mond said. “I went to A&M last week and Auburn this week. I really just have to get back home and talk to my parents and kind of see what they feel with the environment and type of offense and just weigh everything into my decision.”

Whether it’s Auburn’s run-focused attack or A&M’s more balanced offense, Mond isn’t worried about finding his way in college:

“I think I fit both,” Mond said. “Running the ball isn’t going to hurt me, so running the ball in the Auburn offense or being a more pro quarterback in the Texas A&M offense I think I can fit both very well.”

According to an AL.com report, Mond is expected to make a final decision within a month.

Of note, another former Baylor commit, four-star WR Hezekiah Jones, visited Auburn this weekend, too, according to scout.com.