Beal has big plans

Powder Springs (Ga.) Hillgrove receiver Emanuel Beal plans to visit some of the South's top programs this summer, in hopes of earning even more offers than he already has.
With offers from a good number of schools including Georgia Tech, Kansas State, Kentucky, Missouri, NC State, USF, Vanderbilt and Wisconsin, Beal is already sitting in a good spot.
But he is hoping for more and his schedule bears that out.

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"We plan to get him to Georgia's G-Day and we're going to try to get him to South Carolina and Clemson this summer," said Charles Scott, Beal's stepfather. "He's been up to Georgia two or three times I think."
Scott said Georgia and Clemson have not shown too much interest yet but they are hoping that visits will cause those staffs to take a closer look and at least size him up in person.
Beal has not narrowed his list and his stepfather said no schools are recruiting him harder than others, among those that have offered.
"They still come about the same," Scott said. "I would still say Georgia Tech is sending the most stuff in the mail just because they're the closest but even schools that haven't offered like Tennessee send stuff every day."
The No. 67 prospect in Georgia will not be making a decision this summer. The family's plan is to have him wait until the fall or later so he can take his official visits and make the most informed decision possible.