Top Playmaker Very Comfortable at Georgia

ATHENS – Kadron Boone is trying to figure out everything as best he can. Georgia tried to help him do just that this weekend.

The Bulldogs, who are closing in on another stellar recruiting class, are trying to add the former Texas Tech commitment to their roster. Boone had been committed to the Red Raiders until head coach Mike Leach was dismissed in December.

After that Boone opened eyes at the Under Armor All-American game in Florida. He is being pursued by a slew of schools, but will visit Georgia, LSU and West Virginia in the closing weeks of the recruiting season. If this weekend's visit at Georgia is any indication, the Tigers and Mountaineers may have an uphill battle.

"I learned more about Georgia," Boone said today. "They just showed me the things the players do. They also talked about academics. I really didn't know much about Georgia. I was impressed overall. I really felt comfortable with everything."

Boone, an Ocala, FL native, confirmed that he looking to commit to a school that is in need of help at wide receiver.

"All of the schools that I am visiting need help at wide receivers," he said.

Georgia is trying to hold on to five-star commit Da'Rick Rogers, and also has Alpharetta receiver Micheal Bennett committed to them. The Bulldogs will likely lose superstar receiver A.J. Green to the NFL after 2010.

"Coach Ball broke everything down for me and answered all of the questions I had," Boone said. "Israel Troupe and Brandon Wood were my tour guides. I think they were real with me. I don't think they were trying to sell me anything… they were fun. "

Wood and Troupe told Boone what Georgia is like from their perspective.

"The players were saying that the program is family based and the coaches care about you, and that they want you to leave with a degree," he said.

Boone admits that his recruitment has been crazy of late.

"It has been a little stressful, but I have not been letting it get to me. I have great people around me helping me," he said. "These schools that I am visiting are the ones I am going to decide from."

Georgia currently has 19 commitments for the Class of 2010 – the second fewest commitments of any team (Penn State – 18) in's top ten.

"Coach Richt went over how he runs things and how he is," Boone said. "He told me about the offense and how they would help me with academics. He wants everyone to get their degree."

Boone is considered a four-star prospect by He finished his junior season with 51 receptions for 1,287 yards and 19 total touchdowns. Boone plans on majoring in either business or sports medicine.

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