Scranton moving up charts

Buford, Ga., defensive end Aaron Scranton has one of the most impressive senior films that has observed this recruiting season.
The 6-foot-5, 230-pound weakside defensive end simply makes play after play. And that's why his stock has soared through the roof.
"What do you need me to do," Scranton said when asked what he does best. "I think I can do it all. I started out at defensive tackle last season, and it took me a while to get adjusted."
But now that he has...
Scranton was named the Atlanta Journal Constitution player of the week after he recorded nine tackles, two sacks and two tackles for a loss in a victory over Lincoln County. Last season as a junior, Scranton recorded 153 tackles and seven sacks.
It's that type of play that has attracted more and more attention from Georgia, Tennessee, Georgia Tech, Auburn, South Carolina, SMU and Kentucky.
He has offers from SMU and Kentucky with more surely on the way.
"I want to go to Georgia or Tennessee," he said. "I've been to games at Georgia and Tennessee. I was 40-feet from the final touchdown in Knoxville. The crowd was so loud, but then it was so quiet.
“I think I could be a good fit either place. I like the coaches at Georgia and Tennessee. They’re just both really good programs.”