Matthew Borenstein: How have things been going for you?
MB: How have you been hearing from the most?
MB: It's been calls and letters?
CD: Yeah, calls and a couple letters. I visited Alabama a couple weeks ago.
MB: What are you looking for in a school?
CD: A good, hardworking program that can win. Also a good overall school with good academics.
MB: Have you heard anything from Georgia?
CD: I have not heard much from them. I am going to Georgia's junior day tomorrow. One guy contacted my coach and wanted me to come.
MB: Do you have a list of top three or top five schools?
CD: I really like Vanderbilt, and also Georgia Tech and Georgia.
MB: Do you have any offers?
MB: What in particular do you like about Georgia?
CD: I have always been a longtime Georgia fan. My family has season tickets and I am there all the time. It'd be a dream come true to play there. I'm definitely going to check it out tomorrow and see it.
MB: Would you like to play with North Gwinnett defensive lineman Eric Eberhardt (who is also visiting Georgia Saturday)?
CD: He is my best friend. I block him in practice everyday. It'd be really cool to go somewhere together. It'd be a dream too. But we'll see what happens.
MB: So what are you hoping to do on the field next year?
CD: My sophomore year I allowed two sacks and I allowed one last year. I am looking to give up zero next year and to be a dominate force and make the defense change its plans and put another guy on my side.