Rivals100 offensive tackle Nick Claytor has been a busy man this summer so far, attending camps at Auburn and Ohio State, and recently commented on his trips to Auburn and Columbus.
The Gainesville (Ga.) High standout attended Auburn's camp this past weekend.
"I really liked Auburn," he said. "I got to sit down with (offensive line coach) Hugh Nall for an hour and he gave me some information about Auburn and why I would want to go there. I sat there with (Florida State commit and fellow Georgia offensive line prospect Antwane Greenlee) and we just talked.
"My mom and I are going back down to Auburn on an unofficial visit."
Claytor, the nation's No. 97 overall prospect also got the chance to check out Ohio State.
"I loved the tradition (at Ohio State)," Claytor said. "I got to walk around the campus with my recruiter Luke Fickell and got to see all of the facilities. Ohio State has put $40 million into facilities during the past several years, so that was great.
"I also got to meet some of the players. They have some guys from Georgia on their roster and have one guy (safety Anderson Russell) from the Marist School here in Atlanta, so we talked for a while."
Claytor has been to Georgia Tech multiple times and hopes to make additional trips to Florida State, LSU and Notre Dame (the other three schools in his top six).
He added that he likely won't make a decision any time soon.
"I haven't even seen some of these schools that are on my list," he said.
There are at least two college games that Claytor knows he wants to attend this fall.
"I definitely want to go to Auburn-Georgia," he said. "And I am definitely going to Georgia Tech and Notre Dame.
"I also may take an official visit to Ohio State for the Penn State or Michigan game just to get back up there."
Claytor was pleased that he debuted inside the Rivals100.
"I was pretty amazed," he said. "I had heard a lot of different things about the offensive linemen in Georgia, so it was nice to see that I belonged."
Claytor is the top offensive line prospect in Georgia and is rated as the nation's No. 8 offensive tackle prospect by Rivals.com.