Does Golston still have a leader

Tyrone (Ga.) Sandy Creek defensive tackle Kedric Golston has been the center of attention for a while now, so why should that change when it comes to recruiting.
Golston, the nation's No. 4 defensive tackle, said he's heard it all from the college coaches that have called.
"You should hear them," Golston said. "I spend more time on the phone than an operator. I feel like I'm AT&T or something."

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Between calls from Phillip Fulmer, Bobby Bowden, Steve Spurrier, Nick Saban and a ton of assistant coaches, Golston has turned in a solid senior season.
"I'm playing as good as I can," he said. "I get a lot of attention on the field, but I just work hard to make big plays."
Golston has recorded more than 30 tackles and 11 sacks through the first five games of this season.
Golston has also been all over the place on unofficial visits. He was at the Auburn-Florida game last weekend and will be at UGA this weekend for the game against Kentucky.
In the last update from Rivals100.com, Golston said UGA was his top team, is that the case still?
"Yeah, the Dawgs are up there," Golston said. "I think they have a slight lead, but I also like Auburn, Florida, Tennessee and Florida State, too. But you can still put UGA No. 1 on my list."