|Name||Rating||Ht./Wt.||High School||Position||Colleges Considering|
|Andre Debose||A+||5'11"/175||Sanford Seminole High School (FL)||Wide receiver||Florida|
|Dyron Dye||A+||6'4"/223||Sanford Seminole High School (FL)||Defensive end||Miami|
|Ray Ray Armstrong||No Rating||6'4"/220||Sanford Seminole High School (FL)||Athlete||Miami|
With his team in the playoffs, Ray Ray Armstrong of Sanford, Fla., has postponed this weekend's official visit to Georgia. "His dad set it up, and they are going to reschedule for down the road," Seminole coach Michael Cullison said. Armstrong's teammate, wide receiver Andre Debose, made an official visit to Athens on Oct. 17. "Andre didn't really say much about it when we talked about how it went, but he's pretty low key about recruiting anyways," Cullison said.
Georgia is one of many colleges offering a "package deal" to three teammates from Sanford, Fla. Defensive end Dyron Dye, wide receiver Andre Debose and all-around athlete Ray Ray Armstrong are being heavily recruited. Seminole High School coach Michael Cullison said he recently was contacted by several Georgia coaches about the threesome. "Georgia wants them to come to camp, or at least visit the campus, but I'm not sending them to any more [colleges] this summer, " Cullison said. "It's nothing against Georgia or any other college; they just don't need to take any more trips." Cullison said Georgia got a good look at the trio during the spring, when three assistants showed up on the same day to watch practice. How good are they? "I don't say this a lot, but all three of these kids could make it to the NFL, " Cullison said. "I've got two [former players] in the NFL right now, and these kids are just as good." Would all three consider signing with the same college as a package deal? "There's always a chance. They've played together since Pop Warner, " Cullison said. "But it's all going to come down to playing time. They want to go to schools where they can get on the field the fastest."