Georgia Offensive Lineman Opens Back Up

Georgia offensive lineman Josh Outlaw is ready to take his time before officially deciding on a college. HornedFrogBlitz.com catches up with the 6'4 Outlaw to get his thoughts on reopening his recruitment.

HornedFrogBlitz.com just spoke with the Lithonia, Georgia native Joshua Outlaw who recently decommitted from Florida. He was the fourth player to decommit from the Gators in the last week.

The 6'4 offensive lineman has the feet and skills to play either the guard or tackle position in college.

"I haven't heard from TCU again yet," Outlaw answered when asked if the Frogs had shown interest. "You know a lot of schools backed off after I first committed [to Florida]."

"Thus far I've only heard from Central Florida today," Outlaw said.

The 275 pounder said he does still have interest in TCU, and he has a relationship with freshman safety Jordan Moore as both have attended King High School.

"I'm definitely gonna go ahead and take my time from here on out," he continued.

I asked Outlaw if he would know his school once he visited and finds the right fit. He replied, "Not necessarily. I'm gonna look at around and take it as it comes." He is not in any rush to make another decision, he noted.

Outlaw said he wants to take his official visits and get to experience what will likely be a once in a lifetime experience.

Scout.com ranks Outlaw as the 13th best offensive lineman in the class of 2013. In their quest to add depth to the offensive line, Outlaw is definitely a name to watch for the Frogs going forward.


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