Several prospects from around the Southeast took official and unofficial visits to SEC schools over the weekend. Some of the visitors posted videos while other sent out photos of their experience on social media. Here’s a closer look at the top sights and sounds from the weekend:
Georgia hosted several visitors for it’s tough 38-10 loss to Alabama on Saturday afternoon. Greg Little, the No. 1-ranked offensive tackle, and the No. 2 player overall in the ESPN 300 was in Athens for the big game. Georgia and Alabama are both under consideration for the dominant offensive lineman. He posed for a photo with a high school teammate before the game started.
— Derek Tyson (@DerekTysonESPN) October 4, 2015
The top-rated wide receiver in the country, Kyle Davis, was also on hand for Georgia’s home game against Alabama. Davis tweeted out one photo while at the game and retweeted a photo that a fan had taken of him before the game.
homie 💎 pic.twitter.com/CvId9NzYJs
— Dapper Don (@KDSZN) October 3, 2015
— Dylan Jennings (@jennings_dylan) October 3, 2015
Florida hosted several visitors for its huge (and unexpectedly dominating) win over No. 3-ranked Ole Miss on Saturday night. Several prospects tweeted out photos or videos including Florida linebacker commit Jeremiah Moon, who sent out a video of a Florida touchdown in the first quarter.
— Jeremiah Moon (@jmoon50) October 4, 2015
ESPN Junior 300 cornerback Marco Wilson tweeted a photo of himself on the Florida sideline prior to the start of the game. The Gators appear to be in a good position to land Wilson; his older brother is Florida defensive back Quincy Wilson.
Yesterday in the SWAMP 🐊 pic.twitter.com/wiTjNU0waX
— Marco WilsonⓂ️5⃣ (@MjW_era) October 4, 2015
Tennessee suffered a tough 24-20 loss to Arkansas on Saturday night. Despite the loss, the Vols hosted several prospects including 2017 defensive tackle Grant Gibson. The 6-foot-1, 280-pound prospect already has offers from West Virginia, Tennessee, Virginia Tech, and NC State. Gibson tweeted out a few photos of his experience at Tennessee.
— Grant Gibson (@BigGrant99_73) October 4, 2015