College football recruiting: Top visitors for Georgia, Ohio State, Alabama

Jamie Sabau

The Buckeyes, Crimson Tide and Bulldogs will host awesome groups of visitors. Let's check out a few.

LSU at Georgia

Georgia will host three elite prospects this weekend in Lorenzo Carter, Raekwon McMillan and Josh Malone.

Carter is a five-star defensive end from Norcross (Ga.). He likes Georgia, Florida, Alabama, and a few other schools as well. Carter visited Georgia previously for the South Carolina game and visited Florida last weekend as the Gators took on Tennessee.

McMillan is a hard-hitting linebacker out of Hinesville (Ga.) Liberty County High School. Most expect him to choose Ohio State, but Georgia will look to make an impression.

Malone is an excellent receiver out of Station Camp (TN). He likes Tennessee, Georgia, Florida State, Florida and others, but the Bulldogs will look to make their mark on the four-star.

David Sharpe, a four-star offensive tackle from Jacksonville (Fla.) Providence School, will also make a return visit after previously visiting for the South Carolina game.

Sharpe is a battle between Georgia, Clemson and Florida.

Defensive backs Kendarius Webster, of Stockbridge (Ga.) High, and Wesley Green, of Lithonia (Ga.) MLK High School, will also visit. Webster likes Ole Miss and Florida State as well, while Green is a recent de-commit from the rival Gamecocks. Both are four-star cornerbacks.

Wisconsin at Ohio State

The Buckeyes welcome a talented pair of receivers from Urban Meyer's old recruiting grounds in Palm Beach (Fla.) Dwyer's Johnnie Dixon and Palm Beach (Fla.) Cardinal Newman's Travis Rudolph. Both are four-stars with big ability to make plays in space. Ohio State is not believed to lead for either, but a great visit could change things.

Tight ends Mike Gesicki and DeAndre Goolsby are also visiting. Meyer sent Gesicki a letter wishing him good luck in his high school game Friday before his visit.

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