The difference is that Commings wants to make a decision about where he will go to school in the next few weeks – and still visit a slew of schools before deciding.
Commings trip to Athens comes a short time before he will be making his decision. Commings said he would like to make his plans for college known before August 31st, or his first football game of the season.
"I want to get it out of the way before the season starts," he said. "Right now I am wide open. I am open to anything."
On Saturday Commings visited Georgia, and said he liked what he saw.
"It was cool," he said. "Coach Garner invited me up the other day, and I decided to come up. I really liked it. I talked with Coach Richt for a little bit, but it was really mainly small talk."
Commings, who maintains that he is open, admitted that he could envision playing at Georgia.
"I could see myself out there," he said. "Coach Richt was talking to me about the players they have out there – telling me that they would probably use me at safety. I don't care where I play – just that I play."
Talking to a head coach at practice is something Commings is still getting used to. He said that he has talked with Georgia Tech's Chan Gailey and Auburn's Tommy Tuberville as well.
"I am going to let everyone know where I am going before my first game," Sanders said.
Good thing, too, because Mark, Chan and Tommy are all waiting to find out.