Recruits react to SEC's Saturday results 

October, 20, 2013
10/20/13
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Saturday was not a usual day in the SEC.

Missouri, Auburn, Ole Miss and Tennessee all picked up incredible wins. There were several recruits on hand to witness these games.

Here's a look at what some of these recruits thought afterwards.

Ole Miss
No. 3-ranked inside linebacker Clifton Garrett (Plainfield, Ill./Plainfield South) officially visited Ole Miss for its big victory over LSU on Saturday night. The 59th-ranked player in the country came away extremely impressed with what he saw in Oxford, Miss.

"It was a great experience," Garrett said. "It's something special here. It was wild. I have never seen anything like it. The Grove was crazy."

LSU has always been the team to beat for Garrett, but with his positive visit to Ole Miss, the Rebels have certainly improved their chances of landing the four-star linebacker.


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