Rewind: 5-star talks 5-star visit

5-STAR TALKS ABOUT 5-STAR: 5-star junior athlete Bo Scarbrough from Northridge in Tuscaloosa, Ala., spent the weekend at Alabama on an unofficial visit where he hung out with 5-star linebacker Reuben Foster from Auburn (Ala.) HIgh, who was there on an official visit.

Foster will visit Georgia next.

“He (Foster) said he’s confused right now and is thinking hard about it,” Scarbrough told 247Sports. “He was saying that he wants to (come to Alabama) but has to think about some other things. I told him that no matter where he goes, we’re always going to be friends and I hope he makes the best decision.”

Scarbrough, however, said in a separate interview that he would be surprised if Foster ended up at Alabama.

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WALTON VISITS SOUTH CAROLINA, AUBURN NEXT: 3-star athlete Jonathan Walton from Bayside Academy in Daphne, Ala., officially visited South Carolina this weekend and left with the Gamecocks as his leader. He plans to officially visit Auburn Jan. 25 and have a decision shortly thereafter.

“I go to Auburn next week and that will be my last official,” Walton told 247Sports. “I’m going to announce what my official school is going to be when I get back from Auburn after about three days once I have time to think about everything.”

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BOWER GOES TO FLORIDA: 4-star defensive end Tashawn Bower from Immaculata in Somerville, N.J., officially visited Florida this weekend, the third of four scheduled official visits. He plans to be at LSU next weekend. Bower officially visit Auburn in October but plans to return the final weekend before Signing Day on an unofficial visit. He’s been committed to Auburn since June.

“I am still committed so that means something about them (Auburn),” Bower told 247Sports. “I definitely want to take these visits to reassure that’s where I’m going to go and on signing day we will find out if that where I’ll be at.”

Lawson will visit Auburn Feb. 1.

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LAWSON VISITS TENNESSEE: 5-star defensive end Carl Lawson from Milton in Alpharetta, Ga., was at Tennessee this weekend for the second of four scheduled official visit. He’s set to visit North Carolina this weekend and Auburn the final weekend before Signing Day. Lawson has been committed to Auburn since last March.

"It was a great visit," Lawson told 247Sports. "I liked the facilities and the history there. Everything was top notch."

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LAWSON’S TEAMMATE ALSO VISITS TENNESSEE: 3-star running back Peyton Barber from Milton in Alpharetta, Ga., also spent the weekend at Tennessee for an official visit. Barber unofficially visited Auburn a couple of weeks ago and may return for an official Feb. 1. One of the highlights for Barber’s Tennessee visit was having his mom, a Volunteer alum, show him around.

"We had been there once before, but we were just driving back from Kentucky," Barber told 247Sports. "This time, it was pretty cool. She showed me things and told me all her stories."

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THIS AND THAT: 4-star wide receiver Tony Stevens from Evans in Orlando, Fla., and 3-star safety Khari Harding from Santa Fe in Edmond, Okla., committed to Auburn ..... 5-star defensive end Elijah Daniel from Avon (Ind.) High committed to Ole Miss ..... 4-star defensive tackle Josh Augusta from Peoria (Ill.) High committed to Missouri ..... 4-star offensive guard Reeve Koehler from St. Louis in Honolulu, Hawaii., committed to Arkansas ..... 3-star tight end Brandon Vandenburg from College of the Desert in Palm Desert, Calif., committed to Vanderbilt ..... 3-star wide receiver Kyrin Priester from Brookwood in Snellville, Ga., committed to Clemson ..... Here’s a look at SEC commit numbers: Texas A&M (32), Georgia (29), LSU (27), Florida (26), Ole Miss (23), Mississippi State (22), Vanderbilt (22), Alabama (21), Kentucky (20), Missouri (19), South Carolina (19), Tennessee (18), Auburn (16) and Arkansas (13).

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