Atlanta Westlake four-star offensive guard Michael Brown says he’s still committed to the Georgia Bulldogs and has been since he originally pledged back on October 20, but there is a slight catch in that commitment.
“I’ve just really got it down to two schools, Florida and Georgia,” Brown, who is ranked as the nation’s No. 10 offensive guard, said. “I’m still committed to Georgia, but I guess I want to make sure it’s the right place for me. So that’s why I’m going to visit Georgia this weekend and then go check out Florida next weekend.”
Brown said back when he committed that he wasn’t planning on taking any other trips and that he was a very solid commitment. But obviously that’s changed. In fact, Brown was originally going to visit LSU also, but with the move of Lance Johnson to UCF the Tigers are no longer in line to get a visit.
Still, though, you have to wonder how this recruiting battle between UGA and UF will shape up.
“I really like the depth chart and the coaches at Florida,” Brown said. “They’re showing me a lot of love. I like all the coaches, too. They all treat me with class and respect. They always shoot me straight.”
What about UGA?
“I love coach Garner,” he said. “And coach Calloway is really cool, too. Coach Garner is a lot like my high school coach. He’s going to stay on your case and make sure you do things the right way, but you also know that he really is concerned about you and wants what’s best for you.”
So hold on Gator and Dawg fans, the war for Michael Brown looks to be just beginning.