One of the nation's top wide receiver prospects has
scheduled his second and third official visits.
Huntsville (Ala.) standout
Jayson Swain will visit Tennessee on Dec. 6 and Alabama on
"I'm also thinking a lot about Georgia," he added.
"The fifth one will be between Florida and Ohio State."
Swain, a member of the
team and the No. 6 wideout in the nation, says he's ready for the recruiting
process to wind down.
"To be honest with you, I'm ready to get all of this
stuff over with," he said. "I hope to get my visits in by early January, and
then make a decision based on those."
Is there a favorite?
"Not really. Well, most people down here seem to say Alabama all
the way, but I haven't said that," Swain said. "I keep getting a lot of
people putting Alabama and Auburn in my ear every day. That's all I hear
about. They think that's going to help make my decision, but nobody really
knows what I'm thinking. All I can say is it won't be Auburn."
Swain had previously stated Michigan would be hard
to top after visiting Ann Arbor on Nov. 1.
"I thought it was real cool up there," he said. "But
at the same time, that was my first official visit, so that probably left a
big impression on me. I'm sure the other ones will, too. I'm real excited to
see what everyone else has to show me."
Swain (6-2, 200, 4.5) caught 45 passes for 800 yards
and 11 touchdowns this year for Grissom High School despite missing two
games late in the season a sprained MCL.