"Georgia was great," 2013 OG Joshua Outlaw said of his Saturday visit. "It was great to see [Bulldog receiver] Blake Tibbs. It's crazy because he was on the same team as me last year.
"It made me want to get on the field," Outlaw admitted, "the Georgia field...I'm not going to lie."
The Bulldogs claimed a 51-44 win over the Tennessee Volunteers on Saturday.
"I feel like Georgia is the place to be," Outlaw said. "It was a good game. The game was live. It was like a sea of red the entire game. They never sat down the entire time."
Although he was impressed by the atmosphere in Athens, the former University of Florida commit doesn't plan to hurry along his final decision.
"I would consider a commitment [to Georgia], along with some other schools," Outlaw said of his current collegiate status. "UCLA, Florida State, Clemson, Miami, Tennessee, South Carolina, TCU, Virginia Tech, Louisville and maybe a couple of others, too."
So when will the list be narrowed down?
"Probably as the coaches come by my school and I continue to build those relatonships," Outlaw said. "I'll narrow it down in the coming months.
"I'm not going to rush into anything," Outlaw admitted. "I'm going to take my time with it. It's a great opportunity."
This fall, Outlaw also made a visit to Clemson as they welcomed Furman to Death Valley. "That was a good game because it was Sammy Watkins' first game," Outlaw said. "He's my favorite player. I like players that make plays. He makes plays all the time."
Outlaw's UGA visit was his second after Clemson, and as much as he enjoyed it, he wasn't able to catch up with Richt and Company.
"I didn't get to talk to the coaches at Georgia because my ride changed at the last minute," Outlaw explained. "I got there just before kickoff. However, I had already taken an unofficial to Georgia just before I committed to Florida.
"This was one of the better visits I've been to," Outlaw said.
Although no future visits have been scheduled, Outlaw plans to attend either Georgia at South Carolina or Miami v. Notre Dame in Chicago this Saturday, October 6th.