This is the time of year where the recruiting sagas for the nation’s top uncommitted prospects will heat up rather quickly. For Noah Cain, he’s really just getting started.
The nation’s No. 6 RB prospect on the 247Sports Composite standard has become a very interesting target for Georgia since the de-commitment of 5-star prospect John Emery Jr. on Oct. 2.
Cain has already taken an official visit to Auburn earlier this season. He just completed his second official to Texas last weekend.
There are future trips to Penn State (this weekend), Ohio State (for the Michigan game) and an open weekend official visit in mind to LSU.
Georgia has managed to garner an unofficial visit from Cain. That will take place on Nov. 17 for the UMass game.
It will essentially set the ground as to whether or not Cain and Georgia will be a possibility down the home stretch of his decision.
Terence Cain, his father, broke down the details of the visit to DawgNation.
“This is just to make sure we are on the same page in reference to what we are looking for out of the program,” Cain said. “This is really a refresh because we haven’t sat down with the Georgia staff since June. Now that things have opened back up for them, things can definitely change in the final hours.”
What this Noah Cain visit will be about
Cain and his father are expected to attend. The expectation here is that other members of his immediate family will also be there. His mother, if possible, will also be on hand. Her input will be important.
The worst-case scenario for her role would be to join everyone on Facetime during those open talks regarding Cain’s potential in the Georgia program.
“We’ve always had a good relationship with coach [Kirby] Smart and coach [Dell] McGee and coach [Jim] Chaney. It is a great place. We just want to make sure that our interests and their interests are still the same.”
The face-to-face chat will provide a lot of answers.
“We will just learn and see exactly what they have in mind for Noah and how they play to use him in their system,” his father said. “We want to make sure that the fit is something that both parties want and it is something that both parties can agree on.”
It essentially will be to verify the good vibes that the family had for the program in June are still there.
“We want to make sure we have the same feelings that we had when we left Athens on our last visit there in June,” Terence Cain said.
Cain’s father said that they still feel like Noah is a priority to UGA. That was the same feeling his family had in June, too.