Until Saturday, Buford, Ga. defensive lineman Aaron Scranton might not have known what school he will attend next fall and might have been forced to choose among limited options. However after being name Georgia's MVP in the annual Georgia-Florida game many opportunities might come his way.
The strapping 6-foot-6, 235-pounder was a very imposing defensive player to say the least. Scranton made the big plays and made them often as he registered four solo tackles [three tackles for a total of 8-yards lost], two assists, and one forced fumble.
"There are a lot of schools I'm looking at but I have no idea which ones for sure yet." Scranton stated. "I don't have any official visits set up at this time."
Scranton has offers from Arkansas, Georgia Tech, Kentucky, Vanderbilt and SMU. However, more offers could be coming shortly. So does he have any leaders at this time?
"No leaders that I can discuss right now."