Dawgs lay it out for Outlaw

"Georgia laid it out there for me today", said Josh Outlaw after his visit to UGA was over on Friday. See what else he had to say about the visit here.

"I loved it at Georgia today. They laid it out there for me today and it was great," Josh Outlaw said Friday evening. "Coach [Rodney] Garner, Coach [Will] Friend, and Coach [Mark] Richt were all there talking to me, showing me attention, and they really did it up nice today."

Outlaw has now been on UGA's campus half a dozen times and he learned today how'd it be if he chose the Dawgs.

"Coach Friend really spent time with me and showed me how I would fit in there, why he liked me, and just how he coaches his guys.

"He told me that he liked me as a tackle first, but he really likes to play his best five, and that I could play guard there too.

"We talked about Cordy Glenn, Ben Jones, and guys like that have left, the class they have coming in with John Theus, Mark Beard, and Greg Pyke too. I just learned what it would be like and who I would be playing for. It was nice to get to know him."

Coach Friend was not the only coach to impress the 6-foot-4, 275 pound OL out of Lithonia (GA) M.L.K., head coach Mark Richt did too.

"What I really like about Coach Richt is how genuine he is. I just don't think he puts a front on and I think he is an all-around good guy," Outlaw said. "He talked to me about how he likes to bring quality players into his program and how he likes me a lot. It was cool talking to him."

Outlaw is still a ways away from putting a list of favorites together, but he does know a few schools that will make his list when he's ready.

"Georgia will definitely be on there, Florida will too, and I am liking Tennessee also. I just need to keep taking visits, see what schools are like, and I should be ready to make a list in the summer."

Outlaw will be spend Saturday on the Clemson campus.

Chad Simmons is currently a National Recruiting Analyst for FOX Sports/Scout. He started with Scout in 2003 and then moved on to another Recruiting Service from 2004-2008 before returning to Scout the first of 2009 to become South Recruiting Manager.
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