Godwin and his family are all Georgia right now. That won’t likely change.
Walker isn’t saying much
D’Andre Walker is keeping his recruitment status on the hush. He didn’t tell Simmons much on Sunday, except that he wants to keep his focus on his team and his grades right now. The four-star outside linebacker was in Athens this weekend, though, and didn’t leave until early Sunday.
Though Walker may not be talking about his top schools right now, don’t forget about him when Georgia’s 2015 class comes up. He’s a high priority on Jeremy Pruitt’s list, and Walker was impressed with Sanford Stadium’s atmosphere on Saturday.
Georgia had a huge list of recruits on campus for the Clemson game, but none of them decided it was the right time to make the call.
That shouldn’t be a reason for Georgia to worry, though. Simmons expects at least three of the uncommitted players who visited Georgia on Saturday to be on its commitment list at some point during this cycle.
McFadden goes to Athens
Senior cornerback Tavarus McFadden originally missed his flight, but drove to Athens. Though his interest in the Bulldogs is growing rapidly, he isn’t going to say anything soon.
The Florida native is set to take an official visit to Georgia at a later date.
***National Recruiting Analyst Chad Simmons contributed to this report.