"I will be leaving for Athens on Friday and my mom will take the official visit with me. She has actually taken some classes at Georgia, so she knows about the school, but she has not visited UGA with me as a recruit yet. It will be good for us to see it together."
Elige remains committed to Florida State, but he says UGA has been coming on strong of late.
"I really didn't like Georgia at all a while back, but it is different now. You can say I have interest in them right now. They have really been growing on me. I have been to Athens a couple of times now, I like the coaches, I could play inside linebacker there early, and they are a school I'm considering."
Coach Craig from FSU was in the Eligwe home last week while UGA was preparing for the SEC Championship game and they will return this week.
The Dawg defense impressed the 6-foot-2, 220 poind linebacker out of Stone Mountain, Ga. on Saturday despite the loss to LSU.
"I watched Georgia play LSU and the defense Georgia played in the first half was the best defense I have ever seen," said Eligwe. "I have never seen a performance like that. If Georgia would have caught those two touchdown passes, I think they could have won that game. The whole game would have been different I think. The defense Georgia has is very good."