Offers rolling in for this 2015 CB

Rico McGraw has been a lot lately and his time on the different campuses has paid off. This 2015 cornerback is picking up scholarship offers on a regular basis.

"I have offers from Alabama, Ole Miss, Vanderbilt, Georgia Tech, North Carolina, Mississippi State, and now Tennessee," Rico McGraw told Scout as he left Knoxville Thursday afternoon.

In less than a week, McGraw has visited Alabama, Georgia Tech, Tennessee, and UAB.

He just left UT and he talks about his first time at the University of Tennessee.

"I met the entire defensive staff when I was there and I really liked them. I spent time in the office of Coach [Sal] Sunseri and he and Coach [Derrick] Ansley were the ones that told me I had an offer.

"I spent time with them and I also took the campus tour, I saw all the upgrades they are making on their facilities, and I liked that. I really like the defensive coaches there too."

The UT coaches are not the only coaches that impressed the 6-foot-, 185 pound cornerback out of Nashville (Tn.) Ensworth.

"I really liked the coaches at Georgia Tech. I visited them on Saturday and the coaches are great people there. I really like Coach Speed [Joe] Speed and we really connected while I was there."

Alabama impressed the sophomore too.

"I loved it over at Alabama. They have so much tradition, they have great cornerback production, and I really liked it over there."

The Crimson Tide may be the early team to beat for McGraw.

"I have a lot of interest in Alabama, I like them a lot," he said. "I like them, then I also like Tennessee and Ole Miss too. Alabama just showed the most interest in me."

McGraw will be visiting Ole Miss on Friday before returning home on Saturday.

He hopes to visit Alabama, Auburn, Georgia, Georgia Tech, and other schools this fall to check out their game-day atmosphere.

Chad Simmons is currently a National Recruiting Analyst for FOX Sports/Scout. He started with Scout in 2003 and then moved on to another Recruiting Service from 2004-2008 before returning to Scout the first of 2009 to become South Recruiting Manager.
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