"I really liked it," said the Augusta native. Commings said he will return next week to watch the Bulldogs play South Carolina – a team he also considers in his top five.
"First thing I did, at 4 PM, was eat and watch highlight film," he said. "The Dawg Walk – It was very excited. I liked the fans – they really loved the players. They hyped the players. The fans knew us – the recruits. They were telling us to come to Georgia. They were calling us by name I thought it was cool."
Commings said he loved watching the game from the sidelines.
"I liked the pre-game ritual," Commings said.
But the Bulldogs are still in a four-way fight with Florida, Georgia Tech and South Carolina for Sanders. The Westside star admitted that he was cheering for the Dawgs last night, but said that he will likely pull for both Carolina and Georgia on Saturday.
"I really liked talking with all of the coaches one on one. I talked with all of them. Coach Martinez would be by coach at Georgia – he's a cool guy," the prep star said.
As for his final decision, Commings said that it's on the way soon.
"I am looking to do something pretty soon," he said. "It will probably between (my favorites). I will be at the South Carolina-Georgia game. I don't want to drag this thing out for too long."