Friday Morning Recruiting Updates

Two members of the 2002 recruiting class were named All-American this past week by recruiting expert Max Emfinger. We've got the latest on these two, as well as several more atletes still on the fence.

Kelvin Grant was visited by Brad Scott and Rick Stockstill Wednesday night. Reportedly the visit went well and Grant admits that he is still considering Clemson.

Georgia Head Coach Mark Richt was in Camden Monday night also for an in-home visit. We continue to receive word that the distance factor will heavily effect Grant's final decision, meaning he's likely a Gamecock.

In other news, DE Gaines Adams is still deciding between North Carolina and Clemson, even though he gave his verbal to the Tar Heels over a week ago. He could have a decision ready as early as this weekend.

I have received three e-mails from three different sources on Adams and all were very positive.

OL Dustin Fry (center) and RB Reggie Merriweather (utility back) made Max Emfinger's recently released All-American team.

Fry, out of Summerville, SC graded out at 89% this past year and registered 86 pancake blocks.

Merriweather, out of North Augusta, SC and often an overlooked recruit in this year's class, led the state in rushing with over 2,400 yards and 30 touchdowns this past season.

Read more about Emfinger's All-American team: MAX EMFINGER'S ALL-AMERICAN TEAM.

Everson Sanders, a defensive back out of Pahokee, Florida is still favoring the Tigers and could commit as early as next week. He is set to be in Pittsburgh this weekend to visit the Pitt Panthers. Everson is a tough cover corner, a great punt/kick returner, and he would unquestionably be a great addition to the 2002 class.

We'll have more on Sanders, Gaines Adams, and Kelvin Grant as we receive more information.

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