Moreno rates Georgia visit a perfect 10

Rivals100 running back Knowshon Moreno from Middletown South, N.J. took his second official visit of the season heading down to Athens, Georgia to check out the Bulldogs. What did the 5-foot-11, 205-pounder with 4.48-second speed think of his visit?
"I was hosted by Desmond Williams and it was fun, we had a good time together," he said. "I got there Saturday and we went to eat a couple times and just chilled out most of the time with the players, it was a pretty good time. I also got to talk with all the coaches and that was fun. They were all really nice guys."
The four-star running back took in the game between South Carolina and Georgia.
"I thought it was a great game and they did a few things well, they opened it up," he said. "I also like how they run the ball a lot and stuff like that. The atmosphere there was great, it was a packed stadium, sold out and that's what I'm talking about."
Moreno rated his visit a 10.
"The visit definitely drew me closer to Georgia and it was a good time and I enjoyed it. I like what they do and it's a really good school," he said. "Both Oklahoma last week and Georgia this week are good programs and pretty good schools overall, but neither stands out over the other right now."
The No. 3 player in New Jersey announced that he has yet to schedule a third official visit.
"I haven't scheduled one at this moment and I'm still wide open," he said. "I'll probably take the other three still."
Moreno kicked off his senior high school season last Friday to Long Branch.
"We won the game and our whole team worked hard," he said. "I don't remember what I ran for, but I had three touchdowns. We did some things right, but could have done better and I'm happy with the win."