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Brock Vandagriff will be a big "Junior Day" visitor for Georgia this weekend.

Brock Vandagriff: Previewing a big Georgia “Junior Day” visit this weekend

BOGART, Ga. — The first read to begin an update on all things Brock Vandagriff  has to come out hard and fast. That’s how he plays quarterback.

This one certainly will.

The aim will be to mirror how 5-star QB gets rid of the ball for his Prince Avenue Christian team: Decisive. Hit a read. The right read. In stride. Move the chains. Go.

Vandagriff will be at Georgia on Saturday for an important “Junior Day” visit. He said he is only mainly considering Auburn, Georgia and South Carolina at this time.

He has only set up a visit to check out UGA so far.

The now 6-foot-3, 205-pound junior shared a very mature outlook on why he de-committed from Oklahoma and how it will shape his decision going forward.

“My Dad and I talked and stuff,” Brock Vandagriff said. “We’re kind of sacrificing the best fit for me for other things which are priorities now.”

It was an impressive outlook. Not just because he said that while wearing a pair of cowboy boots to school.

He doesn’t have an opinion, or at least a firm one, on new offensive coordinator hire Todd Monken yet. That will come tomorrow.

“Not yet,” he said. “Going to meet him tomorrow and talk ball.”

Don’t expect him to a drawn-out recruiting process. He’ll scan his options. Make the right read and go.

“I like the process being over with,” he said. “So I am going to get this process over with once I make a decision.”

He thinks he will be committed by March. Sooner than that even. That’s how fast this thing can go.

“Maybe in the next month or two,” he said.

What will the weekend visit be about?

“Mainly seeing who I would play with if I went there,” Vandagriff said. “I’m familiar with the coaches. Familiar with the facilities. Nothing has changed since the last time I have been there. Probably just getting to know the players more and the guys I would be playing with.”

Georgia has a strong chance as the true “home” team.

“I think that Georgia has like the top priority and if everything fits at Georgia and if it goes how I expect it to go then I think I will probably not visit anywhere else,” he said.

Just don’t expect a quick-trigger. Not even with the greatest “Junior Day” unofficial visit of all time.

“I don’t think I would commit this weekend,” he said in reference to that potential feeling. “Because I would go home and just pray about it. I wouldn’t make an impulse decision but I wouldn’t wait much longer.”

Brock Vandagriff will at Georgia for a “Junior Day” event on Saturday. (Jeff Sentell/DawgNation)

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