Jacksonville (Fla.) Raines linebacker Kenneth Bynum made his way to Georgia on Friday to participate in Dawg Night. Bynum, who was accompanied on the visit by teammates including running back Torrance Beckworth, wide receiver DeAndre Thomas, and defensive back Charles Henry, enjoyed the experience.
"It was a good camp overall," Bynum said. "I really liked one of their drills, it was called Junkyard Dawg, I liked that drill a lot."
Bynum said that the attention given to him by the Georgia staff made him feel as though he is not a primary target at this time.
While Georgia may not be making the 6-foot-1, 213-pound linebacker a priority, others are. At this time, Bynum holds offers from Cincinnati, Illinois, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Rutgers, Southern Miss, Stanford, and West Virginia. A trio of schools are standing out to him right now.
"I am narrowing it down now," Bynum said. "Top I would say is Cincinnati. Then next would be Illinois. West Virginia is also up there."
As for a decision, that won't likely come until some point during the college football season.
"I won't probably make a decision until after I take my officials," Bynum said. "I want to see each of those three schools."
Prior to his visit to Georgia, the three-star linebacker had camped at Jacksonville and Miami. Bynum said he may visit Florida State for a camp during next week. He is definitely planning to participate in Friday Night Lights at Florida on Friday.