Rudolph recaps SEC road trip

Rudolph recaps SEC road trip

A long list of programs are after the skills of talented wide receiver Travis Rudolph, and he's already had a busy summer visiting some of them. The Cardinal Newman (West Palm Beach, FL) standout talks the latest right here.

Former Miami commitment Travis Rudolph had only visited Florida and Miami until recently when he took a road trip around the SEC. He and his high school head coach visited Alabama, Auburn, Georgia, and Vanderbilt. The 6-foot-1, 175-pound receiver had a good experience at each school he saw.


"I really liked Alabama, I was highly impressed with everything I saw," Rudolph said.

"The coaching staff and the vibe, the atmosphere that I felt around there (impressed me)."


"Auburn, that's a great school as well. I hung out with a couple of the players, I talked to the coaching staff, they told me how they'll use me in their offense and all that stuff, I was really impressed with them as well."


"I really liked Vanderbilt as well, I saw the facilities and the stadium and the weight room and all of that stuff, I really liked that as well," he said.

"I really get a long well with all of the coaches, they show a lot of love, they have a good connection with me."


"I loved Georgia. Georgia, just like Vanderbilt, they showed a lot of love. They players are great, the atmosphere is great, I would love to be on that campus again sometime soon," he said.

"They said I could be a big-time playmaker for them and they're building good class."

Rudolph hasn't ruled out the Hurricanes and at one point he did consider Florida his leader, but now he's keeping an open mind. This summer he'd still like to see Ohio State and Florida State – campuses he has yet to visit. He may also camp at Florida for Friday Night Lights.

"I wouldn't say I have leaders or favorites, I'm definitely considering all of those schools that I visited," he said.

"I'm still taking my time and being very patient with it." Recommended Stories

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