Hunt-Days Singled Out

ATHENS – Jabari Hunt-Days got the feeling he was being singled out… in a good way.

Bloggers: Unlawful users of this content will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. You may not use this content for your blog.

"I felt like they kind of focused on me today maybe more than some of the others Jabari Hunt-Days said after his junior day visit to Georgia. "I was kind of apart from a lot of the other guys and they gave me a lot of attention. I think they are quite interested in me and it feels nice."

His feeling may have been confirmed after he talked with two of Georgia's newest coaches.

"I talked to Coach Searels and Coach Grantham and they want me to call them back Sunday, so I think they are interested in me," he said.

Hunt-Days came to Athens for one of Georgia's spring junior days - a day that featured scores of young men and their parents. The prospects were treated to a Bulldog practice inside of Sanford Stadium.

"The best part of the visit for me was seeing how Coach Richt interacts with his players," Hunt-Days said. "He seems to really care about the players and the players feel the same about him. I like how he works with the guys and just how they practiced so physical."

All of that makes Hunt-Days think about how he would like to see the red and black program again.

"The visit went real well. It was really exciting over there and I look forward to seeing them again," he said. I am very high on Georgia and they are high on the list of schools that I would like to attend. It is a great school, the people there are great, and everyone is just very passionate there."

Hunt-Days does not have an offer from the Bulldogs right now. His only offer is from Toldeo.

Chad Simmons contributed to this report

Dawg Post Top Stories