Is a player truly committed to a school if he favors another team yet hasn't de-committed yet? That's a tough question to answer.
"I haven't de-committed from Clemson or anything, but I know I committed too soon," said Marietta (Ga.) McEachern offensive guard Jarrod Britt, who committed to the Tigers during the summer. "I guess I'm still committed to Clemson, but they're not where I'm leaning right now."
Britt said that this weekend's Clemson loss to Virginia coupled with Florida's awful performance against LSU have altered his thinking.
"South Carolina was the only team at the top of my list that won and I'm concerned about the future at Clemson and Florida," he said. "Clemson is 3-3 now and the loss to Virginia was not expected. Florida looks like a place where I could play early, but they're just not looking good at all. I'm still considering some other teams like Georgia and Tennessee and I'll look around at some other teams, but right now I'm going to look hard at South Carolina. My dad loves Lou Holtz and I think I could play early there."
Britt, one of the top offensive guards in the country, has an official visit to South Carolina for Dec. 13 and will also visit Clemson on Jan. 10 and Florida on Jan. 17. However, things are subject to change.
"I don't really about Florida right now," he said. "Clemson fans are gonna hate me if I don't end up going there, but I really felt I committed too soon and have to do what I feel is right."