With the Tennessee-Georgia game starting so early last weekend, there weren't as many recruits in attendance as many people thought there were. But one of the stars that did make it was Roanoke (Va.) Northside linebacker Justin London was one of the stars that did make it.
"I don't care if Tennessee lost because that was one of the greatest games that I've seen," London, a four-star linebacker, said.
"It was so neat though. When Tennessee scored there at the end, my seat was shaking. I still think I might have hearing damage."
London was only kidding, but wasn't kidding about what he liked in Knoxville.
"I like how their linebackers play," London said. "They attack like I do."
London said Tennessee and Virginia Tech are his "clear-cut" top two teams.
"Virginia Tech has been with me since the beginning," London said. "They were the first team to offer me a scholarship, and that means a lot to me."
N.C. State is also in the hunt, and the Wolfpack are expected to get a Dec. 7 official visit. The only other school he's sure about visiting is UCLA, while UVA, West Virginia, Maryland and East Carolina are candidates for other trips.
On the season, London has 44 solo tackles with a two-sack performance highlighting his game last Friday night.