Damian Swann is one of the most wanted players throughout the country holding offers from some of the top programs such as Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Ohio State, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas Tech, USC, Virginia Tech and West Virginia.
Swann is the No. 6 rated player in the state of Georgia for the class of 2011. Right now it's Alabama and Georgia battling it out at the top followed by the Gators. It will be important for the Gators to get Swann on campus for a visit.
He has been to Alabama twice and Georgia for junior day and was unable to get to Florida recently but will visit in the spring. That visit will go a long way if the Gators are to have any chance at the Georgia superstar.
Swann on the recruiting process:
"It's going pretty good and it's going to get heated sooner than I think."
Swann stays in touch with the Florida staff through email just about every day and plans on visiting during spring practice.
Swann is an athlete that could land at free safety or corner on the next level. He has the ability to be a long corner because of his speed and change of direction, but he needs to improve on his overall technique. He has spent more time at safety than corner, so improving his back pedal, footwork, and reading the receiver will be needed. He has great potential and the athleticism to go a long way. - Southeast Recruiting Manager Chad Simmons
Damian Swann is a Wanted Man
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