Theus adds FAU offer

Nathan Theus is still being recruited by a number of schools although he committed to Georgia back in July. Florida Atlantic is a new school and they just offered him as a center.

"I just picked up an offer from Florida Atlantic University as a center," Nathan Theus told Scout earlier this evening. "FAU's offensive line coach Dale Williams and their defensive line coach Richard Lage just called and offered me."

What is different about this offer from the ones from Georgia, Arkansas, Florida State, and South Carolina are that they offered him as an OL and not a long snapper.

That is intriguing to the senior out of Jacksonville (FL) Bolles.

"This is the first school to strictly offer me as an offensive lineman, so that is a curve ball. I definitely want to visit them and I do have interest in them because of them being close to home and because of them wanting me to play offensive line."

The Georgia commitment has made it know that he would like to enroll at a school in 2011, not grey-shirt and enroll in 2012. He is currently committed to Georgia as a grey-shirt, but they have already talked about this matter and the UGA coaches told him all would work out.

Theus remains committed to the Bulldogs, but will likely take other official visits. Arkansas and now FAU are schools he has yet to check out. He has been to every UGA home game this season and he has visited Alabama (no offer), Auburn (no offer), Florida (no offer), FSU, and South Carolina as well.

FAU, Arkansas, and South Carolina have offered Theus as a 2011 recruit while FSU and Georgia have offered as a grey-shirt.

Chad Simmons started out with Scout in 2003 covering top talent in Georgia and other areas in the South. He then moved on to another Recruiting Service from 2004-2008 before returning to Scout the first of 2009 to become Southeast Recruiting Manager.
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