Georgia Now Playing Catch-Up

Reshad Jones is quite possibly the top recruit in the state of Georgia to remain uncommitted at this point in the process. He's narrowed his list down to LSU and Georgia and the Tigers were in-home with the Atlanta star on Thursday evening.

"Coach Miles and Coach Porter were here tonight. They stayed almost an hour. My grandma and my grandpa liked them a lot," Reshad Jones said.

The visit went well enough to vault LSU over Georgia and back into the lead for his signature.

"LSU is trying to come back in at the top. I'd say they probably are right now."

The promise of early playing time in Baton Rouge has certainly helped to swing the tide in the Tigers favor.

"I had a great visit with them and coach said I could have a big impact and I would be taken really good care of. They said I would definitely play as a true freshmen and things like that."

Coach Miles has a lead at the current time but Jones admits it could possibly be short lived. He will be on campus in Athens, GA this weekend for his official visit.

"Georgia could be the leader when I leave. I just want to go down there and have fun and see what they have to offer."

What had the Dawgs out in front originally?

"It was the home state, they had great stuff to say and I just liked what they had to offer."

When asked what it may take for Georgia to overcome LSU, he offered this response.

"I'm not even sure. I just want to see what they what they have to say here late and how hard they push."

Reshad's grandmother who is his guardian will accompany him to the Classic City…

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