Tyrone (Ga.) Sandy Creek defensive tackle Kedric Golston made an unofficial visit to Georgia this weekend. So what did he think about his visit to Athens?
"It was great," Golston, the nation's No. 3 defensive tackle, said.
"It was a great crowd. I couldn't believe how loud it was. I was there yelling, too. That's why my voice is horse. Jason Allen and I were yelling our heads off."
Cheering for the Dawgs? That has to be a good sign for UGA, right?
"They're up there," Golston said. "They're up there."
Golston said he talked with Georgia assistant Rodney Garner before and after the game.
"He's not pressuring me at all," Golston said. "He just talked with me like I wanted. He just said that we'll deal with the recruiting stuff later and to have fun this weekend."
Golston said Georgia is up there over Florida State, Florida, Auburn and Tennessee. Sandy Creek dropped to 0-2 on the season with a loss on Friday night. Golston had six tackles, adding to his total of 10 in the first game.