Largo (Fla.) Indian Rocks Christian tight end Sean Culkin made his way to the University of Georgia on Saturday night to participate in Dawg Night.
"It was great," Culkin said. "I loved it. At the beginning we saw all of the facilities and then got an opportunity to meet with Coach (Mark) Richt. I loved everything about Georgia. It wrapped up with the workout which was great."
The 6-foot-5, 220-pound receiving tight end was very fond of his time in Athens and everything associated with the SEC program.
"For my first time ever being on campus, I found it to be awesome," Culkin said. "It was just an awesome experience today."
Culkin, who attends a Christian school based in Central Florida, was impressed by the way that Georgia's Mark Richt places a high priority on spirituality.
"I like Coach Richt because he puts God first in everything he does," Culkin said. "That is very big for me being a Christian. I want a coach that emphasizes that to his team."
On the field, Culkin worked closely with tight ends coach John Lilly. He spoke with Lilly about the possibility of an offer being extended by the Bulldogs.
"Coach Lilly told me he liked what he saw, especially in 1-on-1," Culkin said. "I know they have another tight end committed (Ty Smith) but they are supposed to have a meeting on Monday and talk about things. They said they will definitely be getting back to me because the coaches loved what they saw."
At this time, Culkin holds offers from Florida International, Furman, Iowa State, Liberty, Samford, and Western Michigan. He has drawn interest from Florida, Miami, Northwestern, South Florida, and Wisconsin as well.
The three-star tight end will camp and visit Auburn on Saturday. Before returning home, he will also make his way by Alabama and Samford.