UGA Football Recruiting 2013: Kelsey Griffin, Others Scheduled To Visit Athens This Weekend

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution has an extensive list of recruiting visits of local interest for this weekend's college football games. One name expected to visit Georgia for its Saturday game against SEC rival Vanderbilt is top defensive line prospect Kelsey Griffin.

A defensive tackle from Mill Creek listed at 6'1, 289 pounds, Griffin is rated as a four-star recruit by Rivals. He's rated the 12th top defensive tackle in the country and the No. 11 recruit for the state of Georgia. Along with the Bulldogs, his listed choices of schools include Auburn, Florida, Florida State and South Carolina.

Also expected to visit the Bulldogs for the game against the Commodores are: Alpharetta WR Carlos Burse (committed to Vanderbilt), Northside-Warner Robins WR Anfirnee Chatfield, Newnan DB Tray Matthews, Brookwood LB Shaun McGee, Marist TE Greg Taboada, Thomson TE Jordan Davis, Valwood OL Aulden Bynum and Richmond Academy OL Will Jones.

For more on Georgia, check out Dawg Sports. For more information on the SEC check out Team Speed Kills. For more news and information on college football, check out SB Nation's NCAA Football hub page.

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