In case you missed it, DawgNation's Jeff Sentell has a great look at where things stand for Georgia in the recruitment of blue chip Savannah receiver Demetris Robertson. Robertson is not visiting Athens this weekend, which might worry some 'Dawg fans, as prior reports had indicated he would be in the Classic City. Robertson actually cancelled three separate visits to Alabama down the stretch, so it's tempting to think that staying in the Coastal Empire is just an extension of his George Jones impersonation.
But as Robertson's brother Carlos (who's taken an active role in his recruitment) notes, Robertson still plans to visit Athens next week, once the Bulldog coaches have gotten back to town, and had a chance to put together a presentation for how they'd use Robertson. Robertson's also camped with Jacob Eason, and you'd expect Eason would be a big part of the visit.
Robertson has taken official visits to Cal, Notre Dame, and Georgia Tech, and if he gets an SAT score which puts him in position to be admitted in Palo Alto one of his two remaining visits could be to California. The rub is that Stanford doesn't use official visit slots on players who aren't already approved for admission. Sentell's article doesn't go into all the details, but the test score Robertson is trying to achieve is only one part of that equation. There's also a series of four essays and two teacher evaluations as part of the process. None of us has any way of knowing if Robertson has completed all or some of these items. But I think it can be said that if he's still genuinely considering Stanford he really wants to go there. Because it's a lot harder to gain admission than showing up with a high school transcript and SAT score (it's not Auburn, after all).