The Georgia Bulldogs will have to deal with the fact that two of their biggest recruits for 2014, 4-star safety Nick Glass and 4-star receiver Demarre Kitt, will be visiting Florida State this weekend to watch the Seminoles take on the Clemson Tigers, and both schools could be programs of interest.
They will certainly have to deal with it, such is the nature of visits, but do the Bulldogs have to worry that their two 4-star's will decommit? First, here's the news via both of their twitter accounts.
Here's Nick Glass' Tweet:
And here's the Tweet from Demaree Kitt.
Going to FSU vs Clemson this weekend . #turnt— Demarre Kitt (@D_ocho) September 19, 2012
This is going to be a huge ACC showdown between two talented teams, and it should probably be a very good game. Florida State is currently the No. 4 team in the nation according to the AP Poll, and Clemson is No. 10. It's going to be a clash that will most likely determine who will be the top team in the ACC, so whoever wins is going to get not only a huge boost on the field, but it will probably be a big recruiting win for them as well.
It should be noted that even though Kitt is committed to Georgia, he has an offer from Clemson and they are second on his interest list according to 247Sports. Glass has Florida State on his interest list, but hasn't received an offer from the Seminoles just yet.
If there was a chance of a flip, it would be safe to assume that Kitt could be the one that gets swayed, especially if the Tigers can beat FSU on the road. No matter what your thoughts on Clemson as a national football power, that win would be quite impressive.
The thing is though, I don't think Georgia fans have to worry.
While both FSU and Clemson are ACC powers, Georgia is currently ranked No. 5 in the AP Poll and has a plethora of young talent to build around. This game might be enticing, but the chance to play in the SEC for a team that legitimately has national championship potential should be too much for both of these players to pass up on.
Would you rather play in a weaker conference with an outside shot at the title, or an SEC school with the inside track? That's what it's going to come down to for both of these players, no matter how this weekend's game plays out.
I don't see it being enough to get both players to flip, let alone one.