November 11, 2007
Talented Junior WR visits Athens
The University of Georgia had a number of recruits on campus for their big game against Auburn and many of them were juniors. One of the talented 2009 prospects inside Sanford Stadium was Mc Donough (Ga.) - Henry County wide receiver Jamal Patterson.
"This was my first visit to Georgia and it was great," said Patterson. "I liked the coaching staff, the education program, the facilities, how the team played and the crowd."
"All of the coaches were great and they made me feel like family. Everyone showed me a of love out there and I loved how the team played. They played loose, they found a rhythm and they really had a great plan."
The atmosphere is one thing that really stood out to the 6-foot-3, 195-pound junior receiver.
"It was the best I have ever seen," he admitted. "The crowd, the black out, the chants, the noise, the support and the fans jumping around for their team was the best atmosphere ever."
"I have been to Alabama, Florida, Tennessee, Florida State and Georgia Tech, but Georgia was the best for atmospheres."
Patterson also liked the coaches he spent time with before the game in Athens.
"I talked to the wide receiver coach (John Eason) and Coach [Willie] Martinez on the sideline before the game."
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