“We didn’t come to a decision, but we decided that it wasn’t Cal for me in the long run. We didn’t want to keep them waiting or anything. That’s not the right thing to do. So I called Cal coaches. I told them what my decision was. They were nothing but supportive. They have been great guys the whole time. They said I still had a place at Cal if I wanted it. They told me that at the end of the day, I had to do what’s best for me. They hoped I ended up at that spot that makes me the most happy.
“So I’m going to sign with either Georgia or Florida. Right now, I can’t even tell you what I’m thinking about that. I’m really confused right now. Should I stay in Georgia? Should I leave Georgia? How do I feel about my relationships with the coaches and other recruits at each school?
“My relationship with the coaches at both schools is about even. At Florida, it wouldn’t be a new offensive line coach, but it would be a new head coach and offensive coordinator. At Georgia, it would be a new offensive coordinator and offensive line coach, but the same head coach. As far as distance, it’s two hours to Georgia, compared to 4.5 hours to Florida. That’s not really a big difference. Both are day trips. As far as education, Florida leads in academics. But on a scale of 1-10, if you say Florida is a 9.7, then Georgia is 9.69. There’s not too big of a difference. As far as playing time or the depth chart, I’m not really looking at that. I know if I go in there, work hard, and do what I need to play … then I’ll play.
“I don’t know when I’m going to decide. It will definitely be by Wednesday, though.”