Griffin liked the facilities and he was impressed with their practice, but what stood out to him the most on Saturday was the fact that the coaches already new him.
"A lot of the coaches already knew my name, where I was from, and all that before I even told them, so that really stood out to me. They must have a lot of interest in me to already know me like that. That felt good too."
The 5-foot-9, 168 pound speedster out of Powder Springs (Ga.) McEachern is drawing interest from the in-state Bulldogs along with many others.
Griffin talks about what he feels schools like about him early in his recruitment.
"My speed is one thing. I ran the 40 yard dash in 4.39 seconds at North Carolina State last summer, so that is one thing. I think they see how I can make big plays too. I only carried the ball about six or seven times a game this year, but I had 645 yards and seven touchdowns. I had four more touchdowns called back too. I just think schools see me on those stretch plays and how I get to the outside, then how I score."
UGA was the first school to get him on their campus as a recruit and he has interest in the Dawgs, but Georgia is not his early favorite.
"I have a lot of interest in UGA and I would love an offer from them, but Oregon is my top school," he said. "I really think I would be perfect in their offense. They like speed and that is what I am about. I have not heard from them yet, but I hope to soon."