"I think there is a pretty good chance of that [signing on signing day] happening," North Gwinnett Head Coach Bob Sphire told Scout when asked about Devondre Seymour
"I think Auburn and Georgia are sending him the paperwork and he will likely sign with one of those schools."
Seymour took a one-day visit to Georgia early in January, then he tripped to Auburn this past weekend, so he has seen both campuses.
He has a connection to each school too.
His father is former UGA defensive tackle Richard Seymour and Richard was coached by Rodney Garner, new defensive line coach at Auburn.
The 6-foot-6, 315 pound offensive tackle feels like he will put the pen to the paper on Wednesday.
"Yes sir, I will be signing," Seymour said.
Most schools pulled back on Seymour due to his academic status, but Coach Sphire still feels there is a chance.
"It is doable," Sphire said about qualifying in this class. "It is not completely out of the equation. He has some more work to do, but it is still a possibility."
If Seymour does not qualify, look for him to head to a prep school.
Devondre Seymour drew a lot of attention as a junior and started picking up scholarship offers late in 2011. There has not been much talk about him recently, but it looks like he will sign on Wednesday.
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Feb 5, 2013