Justin Scott-Wesley has trimmed his list, dropped NATS and placed UGA at the top according to Carvell.
“Yes, sir, Georgia is my No. 1. With me being from (the state), Georgia Bulldogs football has always been a big thing around where I live. I really like the coaches at Georgia. They are going to be low in numbers with wide receivers, so it’s a good place to come in and play early. Plus, Georgia said they will allow me to run track.”
In a class that may bring a few WRs to Athens, Scott-Wesley sees an immediate opportunity to play. But the Mitchell Co. athlete also stressed the importance of the Georgia coaches' willingness to let him run track.
On the other side of the ball, Simmons tells us that Justin Garrett may be closer to making a decision ($$) on where he'll play at the collegiate level. Garrett is a teammate of James Vaughters at Tucker and projects to be an OLB in college.
In my mind, Garrett would be a great addition because he already possesses good coverage skills, having played safety as well in HS. With some size added on, this big time hitter could be a force on the SEC playing field.