GAC standout Brannan Southerland took a trip west this weekend to check out the #1 ranked Sooners and came back impressed.
"It was a pretty cool experience. The whole thing was neat. I got to sit
with Coach Stoops on Sunday and have a talk. Just seeing how the #1 team in the
country goes about their business was really interesting."
Has the visit changed things in his top 5?
"I still like Georgia, Oklahoma, Florida State, Florida, and Auburn. I'd
say that Georgia and Oklahoma have the advantage right now, but I'm not counting
What have given the Dawgs and Sooners the advantage, and what part will
distance from home, play in his final decision?
"I really love the coaching staffs at both places. They are both
excellent programs," Southerland said. "Distance may very well play a
factor. I realized that it's a long ways out there (Oklahoma)."
Southerland has been given the option by all of the schools recruiting him as
to which position he'd like to play on the next level. What is he leaning
towards right now?
"I'm pretty sure I want to be a fullback. I just think I'm a little bit
better at that position than linebacker."
Brannan has yet to set any other official visits, and he may not take all 5.
He is currently pointing to a commitment sometime in the month of December.
GAC is 7-2 on the season.
Ga's Top LB/FB discusses Oklahoma visit
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