This will be a big one to watch.

Marietta (Ga.) Wheeler point guard Isaiah Collier will announce his college commitment on Nov. 16. The 5-star guard rated as one of the absolute best players in the 2023 class will choose from a group of four finalists that includes UCLA and USC alongside Michigan and Cincinnati.

Collier has taken official visits to each of his finalists already. He visited both USC and UCLA around the same time back in May. He also took officials to Cincinnati in February earlier this year and Michigan at the end of June.

According to 247Sports’ Travis Branham, Collier’s recruitment is believed to be a two-man race at this point — between the Bearcats and Trojans.

A 6-foot-3, 190-pound lead guard, Collier is the No. 1 overall prospect in the 2023 class by 247Sports’ own evaluators. In the industry-generated 247 Composite, he’s the fourth-ranked recruit in the class. Collier would be the third-best recruit in USC’s history during the recruiting service era. He’d be the fourth-best prospect for the Bruins.

USC doesn’t yet have a 2023 commit. UCLA has a pair of 4-star forwards in the class already.

Collier is as good as it gets when it comes to high school guards. 247Sports’ Brandon Jenkins wrote this on his game:

Collier is an athletic throwback-style point guard who has made strong impressions with his leadership and exceptional vision as a passer. A playmaker with a wealth of tools to work with, Collier is the best in his class at making the assist. Whether it be pocket passes, pick and roll reads, or lob passes in a transitional or half-court setting, Collier is adept at seeing the play before it happens and making on-time and on-target passes with ultimate ease. He is strong for his size and his handle is tight as he has a nice crossover to break defenders down. On the defensive side of the ball, he does a solid job of getting into ball handlers and keeping his man in front of him. His Achilles heel is his overall ability to shoot the ball as he is not reliable in that area. He has improved throughout his high school career in this area but will need to continue to work on his mechanics and overall efficiency. The best part about his game is his ability to have a great impact on the game without having to score. Collier plays with a tremendous amount of confidence and is a point guard who is fun to watch when the momentum of a game is on his side.

You can see some of his highlights below: