Powder Springs (Ga.) McEachern all-purpose back Taj Griffin attended camps at Florida and Georgia in July and both the Gators and Bulldogs now have his attention. Two other schools who have already offered the 2015 back also have his attention.
Georgia was bound to hold special appeal for the 5-foot-10, 170-pound back. He likes how the Bulldogs use their playmakers and said they are high on his list.
"I really like UGA," Griffin said. "Me and the running backs coach have connected really well. I really like the way they run things there. I feel like it's a great place and it's definitely one of my top schools. I'm taking them into the highest consideration. I like the way the running back coach handles his players. I like how he coaches."
But Florida has impressed Griffin as well.
"I liked working with the coaches and I liked the facilities and the way they ran things. They have a nice program down there," he said. "I've just got to check out the school more and see what else they have to offer."
While Florida and Georgia were Griffin's only visits in recent weeks, prior to that he had been to Clemson and South Carolina, both of whom have offered. He said those schools plus Florida State are recruiting him the hardest.
"I don't have a specific favorite because I like all these schools and I'm still looking around. I'm still not sure or leaning to any school," he said.