Class of 2015 three-star defensive back Tyler Woodley has made it clear that he hopes to play with this fellow his Powder Springs (Ga.) McEachern teammates at the next level. Tennessee has already offered T.J. Rahming, Taj Griffin and Chuma Edoga, and he's hoping to be the next on board.
"We're going to junior day there March 1," he said. "All of us are trying to go to school together. I'm still waiting on that offer. They're talking good stuff, but I'm just waiting on the offer."
Woodley, who helped McEachern reach the state semifinals in Georgia's highest classification this past season, said he's had his eye on Tennessee for a while now.
"I really like the way they played this year," he said. "I think they really came up a lot. They went from not doing so good to competing. They almost beat Georgia. They were competitive with Oregon for a little while and that was impressive."
While Woodley still waits for his first offer he said he's planning a busy couple of months on the camp circuit.
"During the spring and summer I'm going to do a lot of one-day camps at places like Kentucky, Louisville, Michigan State as well," he said.
When it comes to the four-player "package deal" Woodley said he's optimistic, but also said he's not a make-or-break deal.
"We're trying to, but if we all four have to go to different schools we will if it comes down to it," he said. "We just want do what's best for us."
Woody Wommack is a Southeast Region football recruiting analyst for Rivals.com. You can click here to follow him on Twitter.
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