Master Teague's recruitment continues to pick up steam.
Tennessee: "They're a great program and the coaches are great," Teague said. "It's an in-state school, too, and that's good. They also have a good culture and tradition."
Ohio State: "I feel like it's a great place to be developed as a player and person. Coach (Urban) Meyer is also a great head coach and coach (Tony) Alford is a great running backs coach. They're also a great program that's had a lot of success."
Duke: "I love the way they've built their program and what they're continuing to do. I like the coaches and they have good stability on their staff, which is important."
Auburn: "They've produced a lot of great running backs. The coaching staff is great and I really like coach (Gus) Malzahn a lot. I also feel like I fit in well and their offense is similar to my high school's."
The Blackman standout's last visit was Georgia.
"I thought it was a great visit," he said. "I saw a lot of things and talked with coach (Kirby) Smart a few times. He told me he thought I was a great player and that I'd fit in well at Georgia. I also spent some time with (running backs) coach (Dell) McGee and met some of the running backs. They answered my questions.
"I enjoyed watching them scrimmage and feel like I would fit in well in their offense. The scrimmage was probably my favorite part. I like how they find different ways to get the ball to their running backs. I also liked watching how the players and coaches interacted with each other."
Teague does not have any other visits scheduled.
He hopes to make his commitment sometime in June.