Warner Robins (Ga.) Houston County three-star running back Cedric Hodges has been listing Florida State and Georgia as his top two teams for quite some time, and now that college coaches can begin to call, has that changed?
“Not one bit,” he said. “Those are still my top two teams. I do like of like Florida State a little better because of how they’re recruiting me. But Georgia has always been my team.”
It’s also a factor that Hodges, who is 6-foot , 180 pounds and ranked as a three-star prospect by Rivals.com, has an offer from Florida State and doesn’t from UGA.
“Georgia told me when they called they are going to offer,” he said. “So I don’t know if that means they have or if they’re going to just send it to me in the mail.”
With calls from Florida State, Georgia, Middle Tennessee State, Ole Miss and several others, Hodges has been busy. He’s already talked with Florida State about visiting officially for the Miami weekend (October 11) and he’s hoping to also visit Middle Tennessee, Georgia and Florida.
“The fifth visit, I’m still a little bit up in the air,” he said. “You can keep Alabama and Auburn also on there for a visit consideration. Delete Oklahoma since I’ve not heard from them.”
Hodges played sparingly in his team’s first game of the season because of a twisted knee. He returns this week against Tifton, a team he scored six touchdowns against as a junior.
“I want six more,” he said.