Georgia linebacker commitment Naim Mustafaa insists his commitment to Georgia is firm despite his decision to visit other schools.
Mustafaa, who attends Alpharetta (Ga.) High School, visited Tennessee on Oct. 20 and still plans to take a trip to Oklahoma State. He told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution that his level of commitment to Georgia hasn’t changed.
“I couldn’t put any percentage on it,” Mustafaa said. “It’s still the same. I’m still committed to Georgia, and there’s no reason for a change. I’m just taking my visits.”
AJC writer Michael Carvell asked Mustafaa if Georgia is in danger of losing his commitment following his trip to Tennessee.
“No sir, I’m committed to Georgia,” Mustafaa said.
He said he plans to visit Oklahoma State because it was one of the first schools to offer him and has stayed in touch during the recruiting process.
Georgia Tech has also continued to pursue Mustafaa, who told the AJC he might visit Georgia’s top in-state rival. Mustafaa’s father, Reggie Rutland, played defensive back at Georgia Tech from 1983-86.