Since the start of the new year, the Douglas County (Douglasville, GA) football program has an incoming junior continuing to gain college notice.
During January, Kyle Mann took unofficial visits to Clemson, Auburn and Georgia State.
The defensive tackle followed these up with a trip to Florida State in February and another to Vanderbilt a week ago.
“FSU was a visit where all the coaches were keeping it very truthful,” he said. “Clemson is one if you chose to go there (Head) Coach Dabo (Swinney) is looking to build with you first and then the program. Vanderbilt is where they work with you and they want to give you the best and most up to date things you need to become a better person on and off the field. And Auburn was nice too.”
Mann spent time at in-state Georgia last summer as well as this past September and will be looking towards a return trip to Athens over the next month.
“I have plans to always go home to UGA and when it come down to camps I’ll just hit up satellite camps and a UGA camp this summer,” he said. “And of course the camps with my team, Rivals and the UA camps coming up.”
The 2020 prospect currently holds scholarship offers from Kansas, SMU, USF and Western Michigan and has also been on-campus at Alabama, South Carolina, Georgia Tech, USF, Tennessee, Georgia Southern and Kansas.