Southview, N.C., offensive lineman Daniel Inman liked his visit to Georgia this weekend and so did his family.
"It was a really great trip," his father and coach Wayne Inman said. "They've got impressive facilities and some impressive people down there."
Were they impressive enough to get a commitment from the fast-rising OL?
"He's going to take his other trips," Inman said. "He was impressed and liked what he saw. He knows that he could fit in there pretty good."
Inman said his son is still set to visit UVA on Jan. 18, N.C. State on Jan. 25 and then Clemson on Feb. 1.
"He told coach Richt before he left that he's going to take his other visits and stay in touch," Inman said.
There is also a link between UGA and Inman's father. UGA assistant coach Neil Callaway and his father also go way back.
"It was also a good trip for us, too," his father said. "We got to go out to dinner with coach Callaway. That was a lot of fun."