The Dawgs are still on top for the junior out of Marietta (GA) Walton and the UGA coaches have to be happy about that.
"I talked to Coach [Will] Friend and Coach [Nick] Jones Saturday and they said they really want me to be a Dawg. They are still my leader and could be a little closer to committing."
Best Visit for 2013 RB
Keyante Green has spent time on numerous campuses this fall and his time in Athens was his best visit to date.
"My visit to Georgia was great and it was my best visit so far," said Green. "The coaches are part of the reason. I liked hearing about the academics and I like hearing Coach [Mark] Richt talking about how he wants us to be men more than just winning football games. Coach Richt loves to win, but he wants to build up great men. He is a great coach."
The Bulldog OL is big and the 5-foot-9, 200 pound junior out of McDonough (GA) Eagles Landing Christian Academy feels he could do well working with them.
"I think I would do pretty good in their offense now. Their offensive line is unreal and I would love to run behind that."
Right now, UGA has risen to the top of his list.
"Georgia is my number one school. I got a lot of love from Coach [Bryan] McClendon today. He hung out with me a lot."
Tucker ATH in One to Watch
Tucker has been good to Georgia over the years and the Dawgs have their eye on a junior athlete.
"I talked some to Coach Richt and Coach [Rodney] Garner and they have interest in me. They have not talked about offering me yet, but I have interest in Georgia," said Juwaan Williams.
The 6-foot, 172 pound athlete liked what he saw in Athens Saturday.
"The atmosphere was amazing. When I looked up and saw all the seats with red and black it hit me, this is a place I'd really like to play at. I got anxious standing on the sideline watching them warm up, I wanted to put on some pads and play."
Williams will likely play safety on the next level.