Scott-Wesley got what he needed at UGA

Justin Scott-Wesley has visited Louisville and entered Athens as commitment that was not solid. He had a lot of questions and he got the answers he was looking for.

"This morning, me, my aunt, and my grandma met with Coach Richt and I addressed the concerns I had about him and the coaching staff at Georgia," said Justin Scott-Wesley. "I just asked him about his situation at Georgia and he told me what I needed to hear. Coach Richt told me that if I come to Georgia, he will be there and that reassured me of my commitment to Georgia. It put my mind at ease and my commitment to Georgia is very strong. I would say I am 100 percent committed to Georgia again."

His time with Coach Richt really closed out a good visit to Athens for the play-maker out of Camilla (GA) Mitchell County. Not all recruits have as many questions at Scott-Wesley did during their visits, but he wanted to make sure he got all the answers he needed.

"I think I got on the nerves of a couple of guys because I was asking them questions all night. I was asking about Coach Richt, Coach Ball, Coach Bobo, how this was, how that was, and all that because I needed to know. I don't think they really expected me to have so many questions. Alec Ogletree, Marlon Brown, T.J. Stripling, Ken Malcome, and Zander Ogletree were all answering them for me and they kept it real. They gave me the answers I needed like Coach Richt and that made my visit."

The fun for Scott-Wesley was there too and he enjoyed the Gala, going out with his host Alec Ogletree and other Bulldogs, along with spending time inside Sanford Stadium, but he entered the visit with questions concerning his future and he now knows where he will be when he leaves Camilla.

"I had a very good visit to Georgia and I got everything I needed there. I hung out with the players, I spent a lot of time with the coaches, and I enjoyed it there," he said. "I know now that my mind is set on Georgia and that I will be a Bulldog. I enjoyed everything else during the visit, but getting my questions answered was the biggest thing for me. I got what I needed, saw what I needed, and I am excited about Georgia."

Scott-Wesley will likely still visit Maryland next weekend and that could be his last trip. He has is set for now, he said that could change, but as of Sunday afternoon, it seemed the visit to College Park would still take place.

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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