"The visit went great" said Polite-Bray. "I really liked it and I was very impressed with everything that I saw."
Currently holding offers from Ole Miss, Tennessee, Louisville, TCU, Utah and Wake Forest, Polite-Bray is the ultimate late bloomer tale. After posting monster number his senior year, Polite-Bray became an extremely sought after recruit. So where do the Frogs stand following his visit?
"I loved my visit and the guys we hung out with were really cool" he said. "We want to continue the pipeline from Georgia to TCU and just make TCU better."
"On a scale of 1-10, I'll give my visit a 9 ½" said Polite-Bray. "TCU is definitely number one for me right now."
Although he didn't commit on his visit, Polite-Bray has TCU squarely in the lead for his signature come signing day. With a visit to Texas Tech coming up for Polite-Bray and Outlaw, the Red Raiders look to be the final hurdle for TCU to clear on their way to signing these two dynamic players.
"We're going to visit Texas Tech and I don't know a lot about them but we're going to compare it to TCU" he said. "Just like Josh, I'll make my decision after that visit."
With a visit scheduled to Texas Tech on February 1st, TCU fans will be on pins and needles waiting for word of these decisions. The good news is that Tech doesn't have any players from the Atlanta area and TCU has Jordan Moore, an ex-high school teammate of both Outlaw and Polite-Bray.
Zach Jackson, also from the Atlanta area, hosted both players on their visit and they struck up an instant friendship. So while there may not be a commitment yet, Texas Tech has a lot of ground to make up if they hope to land Polite-Bray and Outlaw.
Stay logged on to HornedFrogBlitz.com to get the latest on these two Georgia stars and to see if TCU will continue that impressive Georgia pipeline.