South Carolina remains the public leader for defensive back Wesley Green of Lithonia, Ga., but he will take his official visit to Georgia this weekend with his father, a weekend in which Georgia is scheduled to bring in a number of their top targets.
This visit will go a long way in determining Green's final decision.
"He's telling everybody the same thing, that it's going to get down to the wire and he'll make a decision once he sees how everything goes this weekend," Green's coach Cortez Allen said.
USC is out front, but Allen said: "There's more and more conversation about Georgia. He makes it clear to say South Carolina is still in the lead but the conversation has been more and more about what's going on at Georgia. Coach Spurrier came in last week and they had a great conversation, but I know from talking to coach (Lorenzo) Ward that he know they have to stay in there."
Ward and secondary coach Grady Brown plan to visit Green on Wednesday, weather permitting. Green has not seen any coaches this week.
Allen said Green could have a decision as early as Sunday or Monday after he visits Georgia and is likely to make it public then via Twitter rather than waiting until the school signing ceremony Wednesday morning.
"As soon as he has a clear-cut decision, I think he will make it public," Allen said.