Everybody celebrates a Friday, but perhaps Georgia Bulldogs fans will have a little more incentive to rejoice tomorrow.
Natrez Patrick, a four-star prospect who is rated No. 69 overall in the nation, will reveal his college choice on Friday. Most analysts believe the Atlanta native is heading to Athens next year, but he told the Atlanta Journal Constitution that the so called “experts” may be a little off in their picks. He cautioned everybody, saying he’s not a lock.
“I don’t know how they can make that assumption,” Patrick told the newspaper. “I guess it’s based on how long UGA has been after me. I really don’t know. There may be some people surprised on Friday. Or there may not.”
Alabama, Auburn and Ole Miss are the other three schools in his top four–and keep in mind, he’s been on Alabama’s campus twice in the past two months and the coaches came by his school a few weeks ago. He will announce his final decision during Mays High School’s annual spring football game. He is a 6-foot-3, 220-pound defensive end/linebacker.
EDITOR’S NOTE: All rankings, team or individual, are based on composite rankings from 247Sports.com.