What did Scott do while in Athens?
"I got there around 12:00, just in time to load the bus. We rode over to the stadium and got out for the Dawg Walk. The other recruits and myself came through before the Georgia players, so we were able to sit back and watch how those guys came through the fans and came through the stadium. The Dawg Walk was awesome, man. So many people were out there, and a lot of people knew my name."
"After that, we all stood on the sidelines and watched the teams go through pre-game. I talked to Coach Richt, Coach Garner, and hung out with Duke Robinson for a while. We then went up to our seats and watched the game. I never thought Georgia would dominate the way they did. I thought Georgia would win, but I thought it would be much, much closer. It was nice to sit up there and watch how Georgia's line was opening the big holes for the running backs and giving David Greene time to throw the ball. I really just enjoyed the whole experience. It went really well."
What were Scott's thoughts on the Georgia crowd?
"Man, it was ridiculous. The crowd was crazy. They were so loud the entire game."
Scott is still planning to take all five of his official visits. He has two set in December for Nebraska and LSU and plans to talk with Georgia's Coach Garner this week to set up an official visit to Georgia on Thanksgiving weekend for the Georgia Tech game. The fourth official visit will go to Tennessee, but it hasn't been set up yet. The team who gets the fifth visit is still in limbo for Mr. Scott. It is pretty much down to Florida or Oklahoma.
This dominating offensive lineman has now taken trips to Tennessee (Florida game), Georgia (LSU game), and his next trip will be to the Swamp this upcoming weekend when the Gators play host to the Tigers of LSU.
"I am pretty certain that I will be in Gainesville this weekend," said Scott. "After that, I don't have any other trips planned at this time."
Mr. Scott doesn't expect to have a decision any time soon, but make sure you stay tuned to TheInsiders.com on this National Hot 100 recruit.