Tommy Bush has an offer from Georgia and cared enough to go on an official visit with the Bulldogs over the weekend.
However, it doesn’t seem everything went as planned. Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport canceled all flights Sunday night because of an airport-wide power outage.
Bush is from Schertz, Texas, and the 4-star wide receiver is likely looking to get back home for the holidays. He probably doesn’t have many other options than to go back to Athens and wait it out, unless he or his family want to drive all the way back to Texas.
Thank you Georgia for the official visit! Due to power outage at the Atlanta Airport, I'll hopefully be back tomorrow morning. #GoDawgs
— 11 (@TheTommyBush11) December 17, 2017
He ranks as the No. 37 receiver and the No. 193 overall prospect in the 247Sports composite, but as DawgNation has previously chronicled, Bush might not fit into the Bulldogs 2018 class at wide receiver.
He told DawgNation’s Jeff Sentell to expect a decision from him either at the Under Armour All-America Game on Jan. 4 or during the late signing day in February.