Creekside's Rodruguez Price is going to take a short trip this weekend.
The talented tailback from Fairburn will visit Atlanta to check out the campus of Georgia Tech. The 5-foot-9 and 174-pounder has only been to Yellow Jackets territory for a track meet and wants to take his time and see everything the campus has to offer.
"I have never really toured the campus," Price told GAVSV.com Monday. "I am trying to see everything it has to offer and see if it's a place that I could fit in at."
While Price doesn't have an offer from Georgia Tech, the interest is there as he has received mail from them consistently. Price has also been hearing a lot from North Carolina State.
After his trip to Atlanta, Price says he would like to make it to Louisville to make up for a missed visit.
"I was supposed to visit Louisville for their Junior Day but I couldn't go because I had a track meet," he said. "I want to check them out."
With summer quickly approaching, Price says that he plans on continuing to work out and prepare for his final season at Creekside.
He also knows of two camps that he will definitely attend.
"I am already registered for camps at Auburn and Georgia Tech," Price said.
Price also plays in the defensive secondary and on special teams for the Seminoles.
Creekside Star to Visit Georgia Tech Saturday
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