Two main ones for Crump

Fruit Cove (Fla.) Bartram Trail wide receiver Jared Crump has yet to set up any officials.
"Nothing is for sure yet," Crump said. "Me and my dad are going to sit down and work out my officials. I want to go to Georgia, Wake Forest, probably Southern Miss, and maybe Middle Tennessee. Georgia and Wake, those are my two main ones."
Crump has previously visited Georgia on three occasions including Dawg Night over the summer and most recently for the South Carolina game this past weekend. He came away very impressed with the gameday atmosphere despite the Bulldogs loss to the Gamecocks.

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"It was such a good experience, because it was crazy and everybody was so involved," Crump said. "It was a good game. It was a sellout. Just the hype for football with everybody around town is really impressive. You can feel it on the campus and the atmosphere there is awesome."
At this stage, the Bulldogs have yet to offer the Sunshine State wideout but he remains optimistic that the good news will come from Athens, Ga. soon enough.
"Georgia hasn't offered me yet," Crump said. "But me and the coaches there have been talking. They have just been recruiting me. Maybe in the next few weeks I will know something. I have been talking to Coach (Tony) Ball, the receivers coach. He has said they are looking for two receivers and that he really likes me. He said he just has to pass it by the head coach (Mark Richt) and see what he is looking for. He said there isn't a meeting that happens where my name doesn't come up. He just really likes me and how I play. Hopefully things will work out in a couple of weeks."
The 6-foot-3, 190-pound wideout is also very interested in the Demon Deacons, who are amongst his 12 offers.
"They have great academics and the coaching staff, the campus, and where it is located is great" Crump said. "I went to Wake over the summer with my dad, a couple of weeks before school started. I just really like it up there. I like how they do things."
This weekend, Crump plans to take an unofficial visit to Florida State to watch the Seminoles host No. 1 Oklahoma.