It is hard to imagine the Georgia Bulldogs not being a major player for a prospect inside the borders of the Peach State.
That's true for three-star rated linebacker Darius Dewberry of Fort Valley (Ga.) Peach County. Another nearby school, however, has peaked his interest. Though his Jan. 14 visit to Athens is the only one, a trip to the plains of Alabama looks likely.
"Both Auburn and Georgia are up there in my top group of schools," Dewberry said. "They have been recruiting me the most since day one and I like the way both schools play. I just like the way they handle their business.
"In fact I thought Auburn should have been the team playing USC for the national title."
Both schools have interest in this 6-foot-3, 211 pound, but at this point Dewberry has no visits scheduled other than Georgia.
"Hopefully I'll visit Auburn, but I don't know when right now," Dewberry said.
The Bulldogs are the only team to have an in-home visit with Dewberry.
Should he visit Auburn, all signs point to this decision being a tough one.
"I'm not sure when I'll make up my mind," he said. "That choice will be hard for me to make when the time comes."