Down to only UCLA and Texas, elite shooting guard Avery Bradley has made the call.
Bradley, 6-foot-3, 175-pounds, committed to Texas on Wednesday.
"I knew which school I wanted to go to so I didn't make any sense to wait any longer," Bradley said.
UCLA picked up a commitment from top 30 prospect Tyler Honeycutt earlier in the day, and Bradley's travel team teammate Abdul Gaddy committed to Arizona this week.
"I had a chance to go down there for their elite camp and I was able to meet the coaches. I just love those guys. They are the best," Bradley said. "I had good relationship with the Washington coaches but these guys were the best. That was the main thing for me. Their playing time situation is very good. I know when I get there I'll have plenty of time to play."
Bradley, the No. 8 ranked prospect in the Rivals150, joins four-star Shawn Williams as 2009 Texas commits.
Formerly at Tacoma (Wash.) Bellarmine Prep, Bradley transferred to Henderson (Nev.) Findlay Prep for his senior season.
Hurricane Ike cancelled his official visit to Austin last weekend. Bradley will now visit September 27.
Avery Bradley scouting report:
There might not be a better midrange scorer in the class nor a better on the ball defender than Bradley. He does have room for improvement as a rebounder and passer, but his niche as a scorer and defender make him one of the top shooting guards in the country. His wing span and heart allow him to play bigger than his height.