Fenteng to see UGA Saturday

Schools other than Georgia have had their eye on Shattle Fenteng this fall. The big corner has attracted a lot of attention, so where does he stand with UGA? Get the latest here...

The former star at Grayson High School in Lawrenceville, Ga. always liked Georgia.

Shattle Fenteng knows a lot about the Bulldog football program and once he got the offer from the Dawgs, he took them up on it not long afterwards.

When a talented prospect commits though, that doesn't mean all other schools back off.

"I have had a lot of schools talking to me this season," said Fenteng. "Miami, Florida, Arizona State, and some others have come pretty hard after me. They were talking about me visiting and all that. I have heard from a lot of schools during the season."

Schools have tried to temp the 6-foot-2, 184 pound defensive back, so has it been successful?

"I thought about visiting schools for a minute, but I am solid to Georgia. Georgia will be out to see me in my bowl game Saturday and that will be cool. I am not really looking around though."

Fenteng was strong this season. He went a couple of games where he did not even get a ball thrown his way. He knows that is a good thing.

"I did not put up big stats this season, but you can't when nobody comes your way. I did not have a lot of action this season, but I think I played very well at corner."

The three-star out of Hutchinson Community College in Kansas has watched Georgia as much as he could this season and he has seen the ups and downs. There is one play that stands out to him though and he wishes he could have been involved in it.

"That long pass against Auburn hurt. I was watching that game and I wanted to be back there knocking that pass down. That was tough."

He will have his chance to make plays in Athens next fall. Fenteng is scheduled to graduate in the spring and then move to Athens in June.

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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