"I'm still waiting," he said of an other to play in Athens. "Hopefully it will come."
If one does come, Furr said playing close to home matters.
"I really would prefer to stay close to home with my family nearby," he said. "I'm trying to just find a school that best fits me."
The instate player has already visited and met with tight ends coach David Johnson, his recruiting coach.
"Coach Johnson, he made me feel like I was welcome and could play there and fit in," Furr said.
Furr enjoyed his trip to Athens and liked the campus.
"I've already been hearing it's one of best college campuses," he said.
Furr will return to the Georgia campus this summer for a camp and will also attend camps at Georgia Tech, Alabama, Clemson, South Carolina, Indiana and maybe Ohio State.
Before that, and even afterwards, Furr will be looking to enjoy himself. He said he likes meeting other top recruits, working out in front of lots of coaches and meeting them.
"I like meeting new people in general," he said.