Southeast: Official Visitor Notebook

Some of the best in the southeast will be taking official visits this weekend and you can see who is going where and who could have the edge right here.

Many of the top prospects in the southeast have already committed to a school, but some of the best in this region still have big decisions to make.

A handful of the best will be on the road this weekend taking official visits and here is a look at that group.

  • Greg Gilmore | No. 8 DT | 6-4/270 | Hope Mills (N.C.) South View
    Official Visit to: Florida
    Gilmore is likely going to leave his home state when all is said and done. Right now, it looks like it will be a battle between Florida and LSU. He has an official visit set to LSU early in November and he plans to announce his decision shortly after that.

  • Derrick Henry | No. 5 RB | 6-3/241 | Yulee (Fla.) Yulee
    Official Visit to: Alabama
    Henry visited Tennessee officially last week and he is now visiting his leader, Alabama. Henry was once a Georgia commitment and the Dawgs are not completely out of it, but all are chasing the Tide right now. He is their's to lose.

  • Jalen Ramsey | No. 4 CB | 6-0/190 | Brentwood (Tenn.) Brentwood Academy
    Official Visit to: Florida
    Ramsey remains committed to USC, but he is still exploring other options. He visited Tennessee unofficially last weekend for the Florida game and he will travel to Gainesville, Fla. this weekend with teammate/Florida commit Max Staver. The Gators have made a big push and he wants to see what they have to offer.

  • Juwaan Williams | No. 66 S | 6-0/172 | Tucker (Ga.) Tucker
    Official Visit to: Notre Dame
    Williams is a versatile athlete that Scout likes as a free safety when talking upside. He could also play slot receiver. He will be in South Bend, In. this weekend for his first official visit. He has official visits set to Clemson and Oregon in October. Florida State and Vanderbilt are also in the mix.

    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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