Georgia center now says hes open

Camden Wentz is a center prospect that was headed to Stanford. He committed to the Cardinal back in the early spring. But Wentz recently found out Stanford admissions wouldn't read his application until December or January so he has now opted to open things back up.
"Stanford is a great school and a great program but I can't chance that (not being accepted) so I have opened things back up," Wentz said. The (Stanford) coaches were very supportive and they understood. It's something they always have to deal with every year. They are still recruiting me and I still like Stanford."
But now things are open with Wentz and in addition to the Cardinal he also likes some other very good programs.
"I also like Georgia Tech, Louisville, Duke, Rutgers, and Vandy. After giving it great thought I no longer have a favorite and am completely open with no favorites. I am start over and I am back at square one with recruiting. I want to get some new offers and choices. I will figure it out from there."
Wentz, 6-3 and 276 pounds, is from Marietta (Ga.) Walton High School. He is planning on going to FSU/Georgia Tech this weekend for an unofficial visit. Last weekend he went to Louisville for an unofficial visit.