"It's pretty much UGA, Auburn, Florida and Tennessee that I'm looking at. UGA is my leader though," Corey Moon said.
Why are the Dawgs on top?
"They have everything I want. I like the location, the coaching staff, the team and how they say education is a very important part of playing football."
How likely is it that Moon will end up in Athens?
"There's about a 75-80% chance I end up at Georgia. My mom likes Georgia and that's a big reason also."
One team is currently running second to the Bulldogs. Which school is that?
"Auburn is really my number two school. Coach Price is very, very true about playing time and how much I'd get. I like that about them. Florida and Tennessee are just hanging on because of what I know about them."
Will Moon take any official visits?
"On the 14th I visit Georgia and I doubt I'll go anywhere else because my trainer that usually takes me on my visits is sick and having surgery."
If another school is not able to get Corey to campus, it will likely be very hard for them to pull him away from UGA. Stay tuned to Scout.com to see exactly what will happen.
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