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16 OL Boselli likes Georgia

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It's early in the recruiting process for class of 2016 offensive guard Andrew Boselli, but a favorite is starting to emerge in Georgia. Though the Bulldogs haven't offered yet, the 6-foot-4, 307-pound son of long-time Jaguars offensive lineman Tony Boselli is working hard toward earning one.
Boselli has been to Athens twice this offseason for camps. After performing well at a June camp, he was invited back by offensive line coach Will Friend for "Dawg Night."
"Hopefully, I'm close," Boselli said. "They said if I get some good film for a few games I might get an offer soon and that's really the goal for me right now. They're one of my favorite schools - I love the campus, love the coaches, love the guys there. I love what they're doing there so that's really where I'd like to go.
"I talked to coach Richt and I'm close with coach Friend. He took me in and talked with me a lot. I stayed there with some of the players, so I got to meet some of the guys. It was just an awesome experience."
Stanford, a Pac-12 rival of Tony's alma mater USC, is another school Boselli is interested in.
"I talked to the coach there a little bit but I wasn't able to go because it's so far away," he said. "I couldn't visit this summer so hopefully I can get up there for a game. Academics is a big thing for me, so that's why I like Stanford. I want to be an engineer."
Boselli, who at one time lived in Nashville, said he's definitely taking a trip to Vanderbilt during the season to catch a game.
"I've been to the campus before," he said. "I like the campus, it's a cool city, good academics, SEC - nice place."
Boselli currently holds just three offers from Miami, Maryland and James Madison, but is expecting his process to take off his junior season. This time next year, he hopes he's ready to decide.
"When I make my decision will depend on when I get the offers from the places I'm trying to go," he said. "The decision will hopefully be next offseason after I go to camps."
Adam Krohn is a Southeast Region football recruiting analyst for Rivals.com. You can click here to follow him on Twitter.
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