Georgia ATH closing in on decision

Augusta (Ga.) Westside athlete Sanders Commings currently holds four scholarship offers and is getting attention from multiple additional schools. The Georgia Top 50 prospect also could be weeks away from making a commitment.
"Recruiting has been going pretty good," he said. "I have offers from Maryland, South Carolina, Georgia and Auburn. "
Georgia Tech and Florida also are recruiting Commings, who added that he plans to make a decision before his season starts.
The in-state Bulldogs, led by assistant coach John Fabris, continue to recruit Commings.
"They've been telling me that I look good at safety and that they want me to go there," he said. "I like UGA, I went to a Junior Day there and their campus is very nice."
South Carolina offensive line coach John Hunt is leading the charge for the Gamecocks.
"They like me on both sides of the ball," he said. "(South Carolina) was nice, too. I liked it a lot."
Auburn got in on Commings early and he took an unofficial visit in the spring. Greg Knox is recruiting for the Tigers.
"I went there for a junior day," he said. "It was a nice campus with nice facilities."
Yellow Jackets recruiting coordinator Giff Smith is recruiting Commings for Tech, which has yet to offer but has stayed on the 6-foot-1, 195-pounder hard.
"They also like me on both sides of the ball," he said. "They haven't offered me, but I like them a lot. I went to a junior day there too and really liked the campus."
Commings was planning on heading to Gainesville, Fla., this Friday for the Gators' Friday Night Lights camp, but something came up.
"I was supposed to go down for Friday Night Lights, but I have a Family Reunion this weekend," he said.
Currently, Commings has no favorites.
"I don't have a leader right now," he said. "Georgia, Georgia Tech, South Carolina, Florida and Maryland are recruiting me the hardest."
Commings is the No. 41 overall prospect in the state of Georgia according to