“Big Cat” is now back in Georgia.
Markaviest “Big Cat” Bryant, the 4-star Georgia target from Crisp County High School, has just finished off back-to-back official visits to Arkansas and Auburn.
The 4-star DE prospect now has to figure out whether he will stay in-state or head to the SEC West to play college football. That process also includes a head-turning visit to LSU earlier this month.
Where do things stand at this time? Felton offered up a small glimpse about where things stand between the three finalists: Auburn, Georgia and LSU.
All the data is in. Now it will just be time to sort through all of the findings.
Felton said to expect that decision to come down on Monday. Felton added that he and Bryant will then inform the coaching staffs of his finalists later that day.
Bryant has taken trips to SEC West rivals LSU and Auburn over the last two weekends. Those trips have definitely added to the intrigue about whether he’d maintain a slight lean to Georgia down the stretch of his college recruiting decision.
That top 3 sure sounded like either Auburn or Georgia. Did Felton think that LSU would have to overtake both Auburn and Georgia?
Felton ticked off a few reasons why he felt the Bulldogs were still the team to beat.
Bryant is set to make his decision live at 11:15 a.m. ET on National Signing Day from Crisp County High School in Cordele.
Let it be known that the Auburn Tigers went down swinging. And hunting. Bryant did a lot of fishing and hunting on his official visit to Auburn over the weekend.
The BigCAT and Coach Gus catching 🐟🐟at Auburn university🏈‼@MarkaviestB pic.twitter.com/zF7W2I8Cn8
— Coach Shelton Felton (@shelton_felton) January 29, 2017
Felton told Wolk that Auburn did make up some ground this weekend. He chronicled a great plan that Auburn line coach Rodney Garner and defensive coordinator Kevin Steele shared with him.
It is worth nothing that Bryant’s mother did not make the trip with him to Auburn this weekend.