Zeb McKinzey said that he was not originally going to attend the Georgia Tech football camp last Saturday, but his Parkview teammate Dustin Wade mentioned to him that he was going to the Georgia Tech camp and McKinzey decided to follow along. The decision has added a new favorite to his list.
"I liked the actual Tech camp better, there weren't as many people there (as in Athens the day before). But I also liked Tech itself a lot. I liked their coaching staff a lot and the way that things were run at their camp."
McKinzey added, "Clemson, Georgia Tech, and Georgia are all three my favorites right now. I'll use 3 of the 5 visits to visit Clemson, Georgia, and Georgia Tech. The Clemson-Georgia game might have some influence on where I go."
When asked what will be the deciding factor in the school that he chooses McKinzey said, "right now I am not sure what will make the difference between the three. I want to visit them during school time and see what the atmosphere is like at the games."
McKinzey is currently being recruited for Georgia by Mike Bobo, earlier in the year he was being recruited by Coach David Johnson.
"I talked with Coach Bobo for a little bit at dinner on Friday night. He just wanted to see how our summer as a team was going. They want me to play either guard or center, somewhere in the interior line."
"It will be a gut decision between Tech, Georgia, and Clemson."
McKinzey Likes Three Schools
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