Weekend spin: Seeking big finish 

January, 21, 2013
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ATHENS, Ga. -- National signing day will be here in just over two weeks and the Georgia coaching staff is looking to close strong. Their seven remaining targets are all either in the ESPN 300 or the ESPN Junior College 100. While Alvin Kamara, Montravius Adams, Reuben Foster and Davin Bellamy are scheduled to take official visits Jan. 25, this past weekend was all about Laremy Tunsil.

Tunsil is the nation’s top offensive tackle out of Lake City, Fla. and the No. 5 overall prospect for 2013. For months he has had Alabama and Georgia tied at the top of his list of favorites. Tunsil visited the Crimson Tide on Jan. ll and dropped in on the Bulldogs this past Friday. He still has visits planned with Ole Miss and Florida State but has yet to mention either of those teams as a leader.


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