Dawgs Say Slayton Could Play Both Sides

Georgia's coaches don't know yet what they want to do with Darius Slayton if they get him - they just want to get him.

But getting one of the top 2015 players in the Atlanta area will not be easy as the market for Darius Slayton is pretty crowded right now.

Enter Mark Richt and Georgia's new defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt.

"I spent a lot of the day with coach Pruitt and we discussed a little bit of their scheme today," Slayton said.

The four-star prospect from GAC is considered the #30 cornerback in the country by Scout.com.

"They want me on either side of the ball," Slayton said of his interaction with the Dawgs' staff.

"I also sat down with Coach Richt for a while and chatted," he said. "Coach Richt pretty much just gave me more of a run down about Georgia as a school and program and Coach Pruitt talked mainly position based."

Slayton's sister and father went with him on the trip to Athens.

"It was above what I expected it was a really good trip," he said.

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