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Ole Miss signee announces decision while skydiving

The video, posted to BleacherReport.com features Deontay Anderson as he prepares to skydive. (Photo source: Bleacher Report) The video, posted to BleacherReport.com features Deontay Anderson as he prepares to skydive. (Photo source: Bleacher Report)
Anderson is a 4-star safety from Texas. (Photo source: Bleacher Report) Anderson is a 4-star safety from Texas. (Photo source: Bleacher Report)
As Anderson flies through the sky, he drops through rings featuring the logos of some of college football's top teams: Alabama, LSU, Florida, University of Texas, and Ole Miss. (Photo source: Bleacher Report) As Anderson flies through the sky, he drops through rings featuring the logos of some of college football's top teams: Alabama, LSU, Florida, University of Texas, and Ole Miss. (Photo source: Bleacher Report)
After landing, he gives the landshark "fins up" hand signal leaving no doubt he's headed to Ole Miss. (Photo source: Bleacher Report) After landing, he gives the landshark "fins up" hand signal leaving no doubt he's headed to Ole Miss. (Photo source: Bleacher Report)
MANVEL, TX (WLOX) -

A 4-star safety from Texas announced he'll play for Ole Miss Wednesday morning in an epic video that may just set the standard for National Signing Day announcements. 

The video, posted to BleacherReport.com features Deontay Anderson as he prepares to skydive. He's almost set to jump when Anderson is asked if he's decided where he will play college ball. Before he can answer, he's told it's time to jump. 

As Anderson flies through the sky, he drops through rings featuring the logos of some of college football's top teams: Alabama, LSU, Florida, University of Texas, and Ole Miss. 

When he finally reaches the ground, he pulls open his jacket like Superman to reveal a t-shirt with the words "Hotty Toddy," then gives the landshark "fins up" hand signal leaving no doubt he's headed to Oxford, MS. 

Watch the entire video here>> http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2613450-the-commitment-watch-4-star-deontay-andersons-insane-skydiving-announcement

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