6-5, 280 pound offensive tackle Trevino Woods made a return visit to Death Valley for the Boston College game.
"It was good," he told CUTigers.com in a recent interview. "It was an exciting game. The crowd was real energetic. Every fan was into it. It was a very close game. They just couldn't convert that last down."
When asked where he stands with his commitment to Kentucky, Woods responded, "It is still the same. The only thing I have to do is get up there for a visit. I can't really be committed if I haven't been there."
Does Woods consider himself committed to Kentucky?
"I am not really sure. I know a couple of players that go there. I played with them last year. I know coach Brown. I guess you could say I am open to other schools also," replied Woods.
The Tigers are still considering an offer for the top lineman.
"They haven't said much about it. They are still evaluating things. I just got signed up with the clearinghouse. Coach West just tells me to keep doing good. I am sure since the season is over that things may pickup a little," said Woods.
What position are the Tigers looking at Woods to play?
"They are talking to me about playing offensive tackle," replied Woods.
The Tigers will get an official visit from the Georgia standout.
"I plan to take official visits to both schools. I am going to Clemson on January 18. I haven't set a date yet with Kentucky," said Woods.
Are there any other schools in the mix? "It is mainly just Kentucky and Clemson. There is some small interest from some others," said Woods.
Woods at the Clemson-Boston College game.