There have been reports that Auburn commit John Broussard will attend UGA’s “Dawg Night” prospect camp on July 18.
Broussard, a 4-star cornerback from Phenix City, Ala., told the AJC on Thursday night that he’s unsure about the UGA visit.
“I didn’t really say I was going to go,” Broussard said. “I said I may go because two of my teammates are going, and I could probably just ride with them there. I just want to get out and go somewhere.”
“I’m not even sure when I’ll decide to go. I think Dawg Night is the 16th or the 18th, but I don’t even know.”
His teammates are two of the Southeast’s top 2017 prospects: 4-star athlete Jamal Couch, who is committed to Florida State, and 5-star linebacker Markail Brown. Couch and Brown both have UGA offers.
Broussard says he has an offer from UGA, but he doesn’t keep in touch with the coaching staff and can’t remember the last time he spoke with anyone at the school.
“They haven’t contacted me in a while,” he said. “They recruited me, but I have no idea if they still want me there.”
Broussard said his recruitment is “over for the most part.” He hasn’t talked to Auburn coaches in a while and has no future plans on visiting any schools. He is still being actively recruited by Florida, Michigan State and Oklahoma State.
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