But in the mean time, he will visit Georgia for Kirby Smart’s trumped up spring game. The four-star Hapeville Charter defensive back has confirmed that he will be in Athens for the event, and its for a very serious reason.
“I’m going to go down with my family,” Poole told Scout national recruiting analyst Chad Simmons. “I want them to meet and talk to coaches in person have a small meeting in the office to talk business.”
Smart and company hope to cash in on Poole being in Athens for the big event. The Gators, who have seemingly pulled even with Georgia over the last month, had their spring game last weekend. Florida is telling Poole that he can come in and play early.
“After this year they are losing two defensive backs, so I can come in and make an instant impact,” he said.
Still this will be the second visit in ten days to Athens for Poole, who is the No. 146 overall player in the country.