The players who came in were Justin Woodall (S/MS), Woodall's teammate Jamie Phillips (FB/MS), Michael Herrick (QB/CA), Franklin Mitchem (S/TX) and Ole Miss commitments Sam Johnson (LB/MO) and Shay Hodge (WR/MS).
Woodall is one of the more talented athletes in the
South and has already been offered by Ole Miss, Alabama, LSU, Mississippi State,
and Memphis. Tennessee has also begun to heat up their recruitment with the returning
interception leader from Mississippi.
The following information was
revealed during our interview with Justin Woodall
Have you taken
any recent unofficial visits? "I went by Ole Miss today to meet with their
What was discussed? "We were just talking about how
I did at their camp. We watched some film on what I did out there and just talked
about what I did right and did not do right. They said I had a good chance to
start as a freshman if I went there."
Was that what caught your ear
the most? "Yea, I really liked hearing that."
Did you see anymore
prospects while you were on your visit? "Jamie
Phillips came with me. Shay
Hodge was there, and then he left to their basketball camp. I saw some dude
Johnson), and that was about it."
Do you have anymore future unofficial
visits on tap? "Not this summer."
Any changes in your pecking
order? "I talked to Tennessee today. He left his number, and I called Coach
Caldwell. I was suppose to go to their camp, but I did not get a chance to go."
else? "Alabama sent me their scholarship offer on paper this morning. That
is about it."
Was this the first time you have had contact with Tennessee
by way of phone? "They called me in the past. I talked to them a couple of
What is Tennessee telling you? "They want me to come
up there for a visit."
Has Tennessee jumped into the picture? "I
do not know. It will probably be a hard decision."
What does your
pecking order now look like? "Ole Miss, Alabama, LSU, and Auburn."
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