Tremayne’s father was on the visit with him, and he also brought 2 underclassmen with him, Jalen Jackson and Willie Dean. I asked him if Coach Richt and Coach Sale had a good relationship with him, and if he would trust them with his son in college.
[su_spacer size=”40″] He wanted to help Tremayne narrow it down to 6 or 7 schools, because he didn’t want all the offers to stress his son out.
Yeah we do, but my involvement with Tremayne’s process is pretty much over with now. My job was to help him evaluate the schools, and narrow it down to a number of schools, so he could make his decision. From now on, it’s just me putting gas in the car to take him to the schools.
[su_spacer size=”40″] Tremayne was able to watch practice while on his visit. Coach Sale and Coach Schottenheimer talked to him about everything at practice and let him know how everything works.
[su_spacer size=”40″] Tremayne understands how wanted he is at UGA, as the coaches tell him “they need him and want him to be a Bulldawg.” Coach Sale has been telling him how he could contribute early, and be an asset to the offensive line.
[su_spacer size=”40″] His father has no idea who Tremayne likes the most. He doesn’t ask Tremayne too many questions about recruiting. He wants his son to make his own decision. The only recruiting they talk about, is when Tremayne tells his father when and where he wants to go visit.
[su_spacer size=”40″] He will be taking 2 more visits, but not sure where exactly yet. He will choose 2 of these schools to visit: Boston College, Wake Forest, Virginia Tech, and Missouri.
[su_spacer size=”40″] Tremayne’s father does believe his son will have a decision made in October, because he will be graduating from high school in December to be an early enrollee.
[su_spacer size=”40″] While Tremayne Anchrum may not publicly have a leader, I believe UGA may lead behind the scenes. Tremayne is set to announce his commitment on October 12th. [su_spacer size=”40″] Junior Season Highlights