Georgia tight end Tank Sessions has been looking at Florida State for a while now. On Saturday…
Tank Sessions, the 6-foot-6, 230-pound three-star tight end from Columbia High School in Decatur, Ga., says he's getting close to committing and plans on pulling the trigger in August. "It's not gonna be much longer," Sessions said. "I'll commit next month. I want to get it over with. I'd really like to take an official visit or two before I commit though." Sessions, ranked as the No. 21 tight end in the country by Scout.com, said he now favors Oklahoma slightly over Oklahoma State and those two lead solidly over Auburn, Ole Miss and North Carolina. All of his favorites have offered as well as UCF, Florida State, Florida International, Troy, Middle Tennessee and others. He says he grew up following the Oklahoma and Georgia programs. "I like how Oklahoma plays," he said. "They are a big-time program." The Sooners are also recruiting Sessions the hardest. "I like the coaches a lot," he said. "They keep it real and are very straightforward. They tell you how it is. Sessions said he visited Oklahoma last year. "I like the environment too," he said. "It's really hyped and everyone is real up beat and friendly. Plus, it's a good family environment and they all seem to get along." He says he hopes to set up a visit to Oklahoma for the end of August. "I want to take an official visit there as soon as I can," he said. "I'm gonna try to set that up." The only other school in Sessions' top five that he's already visited is Auburn. "I really like the facilities there," he said. "They are really nice and everything is high tech. They've got some real nice new gadgets out there." Sessions visited the Tigers for a camp earlier this year. He also attended a camp at Georgia, but the Bulldogs haven't offered. "I was a big Georgia fan when I was young," he said. So does he think the Dawgs will offer? "They are recruiting me but I don't know about an official offer," he said. "They just keep saying they are still evaluating me." But Sessions doesn't plan on waiting for the in-state favorites. "If they offer they'll probably be in my top five," he said. "But if not, I'm still going to decide next month." Another school that Sessions is considering visiting is Ole Miss. "They are real exciting and up-and-coming," he said. "They've been recruiting me really hard recently and I'm still trying to learn more about them. I don't really have much on them right now." Although Sessions hasn't visited Oklahoma State yet, he says he's really impressed with the Cowboys offense. "They run a great offense," he said. "I like how they use the tight end. They run a nice little tight end package and I think I'd fit in well." Sessions finished his junior season with 42 tackles, 12 tackles for loss and eight sacks. "I can get off the ball fast and have great speed," he said. "I've been working on my hands a lot and they've gotten better. "I still want to improve my blocking and get my 40 speed (4.8) down," Sessions said. "I'd also like to add about 10 more pounds and get stronger." He says he can bench 250-pounds and squat 405. Sessions reports a 3.2 core GPA and a 1260 three-part SAT, which he will retake.
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