Don’t expect a commitment announcement from 3-star offensive lineman Brady Ward in the near future.

On Thursday, Ward took to Twitter to state that he won’t be committing to a school at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, which he’ll be playing in, on Jan. 4. Ward added that he’s going to be taking visits in January before signing with a school in February.

Ward, who attends St. Paul’s Episcopal School in Mobile, Ala., has received offers from numerous SEC schools, including Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Kentucky, LSU, Mississippi State, Ole Miss and Texas A&M.

However, some of those schools have better odds of landing Ward than the others. He took an official visit to Arkansas on Oct. 18 and an unofficial visit to Alabama on Oct. 19. He also went on an official visit to Oklahoma, which is also in the running, on Sept. 28.

Ward is the No. 46 tackle recruit in the 2020 class, per the 247sports Composite rankings, as well as the No. 28 recruit from Alabama.

National Signing Day is Feb. 5, so Ward will need to make his college decision by then.