Creekside High has become a Division I pipeline and following in the footsteps of Eric Berry and Terrance Parks, Rodruguez Price appears to be the next in the line.
As it turns out, the advice of Berry (who is preparing for his sophomore season at Tennessee) and Parks (who enrolled early as a freshman at Florida State in January), Price has his former teammates in his corner when it comes to getting advice on the recruiting process.
"He actually just spoke to them," Rodruguez's father, Rod, told GAVSV.com."Eric was around not too long ago and I know that he texts both of them to get advice. They give him good advice."
And that advice should come in handy as more and more programs continue to evaluate film and take a look at the 5-foot-9 and 174-pound tailback.
Price doesn't boast any offers yet but his father says that a few programs have turned up the heat on his recruitment.
"He went to Junior Day at Auburn and they have invited him back to go to their Spring Game," Rod Price said. "They have been recruiting him the hardest and so has North Carolina State , Georgia Tech and Rutgers."
Price was slated to take a visit to N.C. State in the past month but due to a mix-up in getting his mail was not able to take the trip. He is scheduled to visit the Yellow Jackets in April.
This summer, he has a busy schedule too.
"He has two camps to go to so far," Rod Price said. "Auburn on June 13 and 14 and Georgia Tech on June 3 and 4."
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