With two offers on the table for Savannah (Ga.) Calvary Baptist Day defensive end DeMarcus Dobbs, things are cruising along with his season underway and a late decision ahead.
Dobbs' coach Danny Britt is overseeing his recruiting process and is planning on helping the 6-foot-2, 253-pound defensive lineman make his way to some visits this fall. Right now the focus is on his performance during the season and through two games, it's been going well.
"We won our first game DeMarcus did real well ending up with 13 tackles and a couple of really big hits," Britt said. "The second game, we haven't done the stats yet from last Friday, but he had a ton of carries for around 50 yards."
Coach Britt is confident that more offers will be added to Georgia and Georgia Tech as the fall moves along.
"There are going to be more opportunities and offers," Britt said. "He's going to get recruited by quite a few schools. It's just the dead period has taken that contact away. It should change."
As for a decision, that's something far enough away that the coach and player are not worrying about that just yet.
"He's not ready to make a decision by any means, but he wants to have it done before Signing Day," Britt said. "Really, he just wants to take some trips which my wife and I will be taking him on. I just haven't done that yet with the season in full swing here."
"We'll take care of that at a later date when it's easier for us to set up."