Tennessee defensive end commitment Jason Carr from Memphis (Tenn.) White Station High School took an official visit to Alabama this weekend.
Carr, who visited Tennessee last weekend, hasn’t spoken publicly in more than a week. White Station coach Devin Rutherford told TideSports.com he doesn’t know where Carr’s commitment to Tennessee stands.
“(Carr) told me he really enjoyed himself,” Rutherford said. “He told me he sees the difference in their program and everyone else.”
Carr, who’s ranked the nation’s No. 10 strongside defensive end by Rivals, will likely take a visit to LSU or Ole Miss next weekend, according to Rutherford.
UPDATE: Rutherford told TideSports Monday afternoon that Carr would prefer to not speak to the media following his trip to Alabama.
“Alabama is definitely in the thick of it,” Rutherford said. “(Carr) told me he liked it a lot down there. He told me he had a real good time on the visit.”
Carr remains committed to Tennessee, according to TideSports, but plans to make his final decision on signing day.