REEL TALK: Former All-American OL Mike Johnson breaks down 4-star target Sedrick Van Pran

Sedrick Van Pran picked up his first SEC offer from Georgia last summer. (Jeff Sentell/DawgNation)

Sedrick Van Pran will be in Athens this weekend. He might throw a water balloon or two. Might eat a chicken wing or 15.

He is the top remaining undecided offensive line target for the board for Georgia in 2020. The visit will be of the unofficial sort, but he will look to establish a date for one of his three remaining officials in the fall.

Johnson was impressed with how Van Pran carries his weight. He also had a big takeaway from his junior high school film.

“The biggest thing that comes to my mind watching this kid on film is upper body violence,” Johnson said.

What did the former national champion at Alabama mean by that? He’ll break that down in the featured video up above.

What the next months should look like for Sedrick Van Pran

He plans to make his public commitment decision known at the Under Armour All-American Game. That has been his preference for quite a long time. But he did bring up that a silent commitment option could be on the table.

That said, he also told DawgNation that he has not reached that stage yet.

Oklahoma and Texas A&M were his first two. Alabama and UGA are definite contenders to grab two of those slots for the Louisiana resident.

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Just don’t look for those to happen during the season. The UGA trip will be his first visit in a while since summer visits to Alabama and Texas A&M. He will definitely concentrate on his high school season this fall and a state title quest for Warren Easton High in New Orleans.

Some recruits have opted not to visit anywhere. They don’t want to make any of those programs a little frosty about their plans.

“Yeah, that’s true,” Van Pran said. “Sometimes you have to hurt a couple of feelings. But I’ll be at Georgia [this] weekend for the simple fact I visited [Texas] A&M and Alabama in the last couple of months and I want to get back up to Georgia.”

“I think that it will be a fun experience.”

DawgNation wrote about Van Pran’s visit extensively this week.  But he’s far from the only big UGA visitor this weekend in the seven days between dead periods.

 

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