Lorenzo Washington any closer to a decision? "No, I'm going to wait until after I go on a few visits before I make my decision," said Washington.
Alabama and Georgia have remained his top 2 nearly all season. Washington
attended the Alabama/Oklahoma game and it was his first time to attend any
college football game. That and his relationship with Coach Randolph/Alabama
have kept Alabama in the forefront.
Living so close to Athens, Georgia, could be a reason to stay in-state to
play on Saturdays but then again Washington has said in recent weeks he is
looking at depth charts also.
What does Washington like about Alabama and Coach Shula? Washington said,
"I love the coaches. The atmosphere is great. I will have a chance to come
in and play early. Coach Shula's a great guy. It's hard for a coach to come in
his first year and do a great job. He has done an excellent job recruiting and
has picked up some big time recruits."
What about the in-state school Georgia? Washington replied, "They have a
great tradition. The atmosphere is about equal if not better than Alabama. I
love Coach Richt, Coach Bobo, and Coach Garner. They played in the SEC
Championship this year, and I believe they will win the National Championship
next year. They will make many championship runs in the near future."
Are these the only two teams in consideration? "Yes, but I'm also
looking at Florida, Duke, South Carolina and Minnesota. I will visit Alabama
(1/9), Georgia (1/16), and Duke (1/30). I will shuffle the rest of the
visits," Washington added.
Andrew Bone covers Alabama Recruiting for TheInsiders.com
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