Corey said Rutgers is still being given serious consideration as are the other schools left in his recruiting process. There is no leader right now in his recruiting process since his brother has some more visits to take.
"Andrew had good trips to both Georgia and Georgia Tech," Corey said. "It was a great time. We saw the LSU-Georgia football game. That was a lot of fun. We had a chance to see the city of Atlanta. It is a real nice city. We had a chance to see the MLK Memorial (Martin Luther King). We also spent some time at the ESPN Sports Zone."
Bynum will next visit North Carolina this upcoming weekend for Midnight Madness. Then the trip to Connecticut to finish up the official visits. And then a chance to reflect, discuss and talk about the schools left on the list. Rutgers fans await the decision anxiously as do his New Jersey AAU teammates Jaron Griffin and Anthony Farmer. "It's going to be a very tough decision," Corey conceded. "They are all great schools."