After a huge home win Demetrius Hart said the only thing that did not make his visit a 10 on a scale of 10 was he did not commit. Does this mean we will soon have a HUGE 4 start back committed. If I were a betting man err which I am I would say he is a Tiger in the next 10 days. Auburn comes into the game as a 3 point favorite which indicates the experts in the desert have the teams with a even power rating giving Auburn the 3 points for the home field advantage. See what Hart said below in a interview with Rivals.com Justin Hokanson.
"It went good. It was great," Hart said. "It was an exciting game, came down to an overtime win. The coaches, everyone was great. It was a great visit."
Hart was impressed with the atmosphere of over 87,000 fans, and says the only thing that would have made the trip better is if he would have committed.
"It was very different," he said. "That was SEC football. I've never seen anything like that. The fans were crazy. My visit was a '9' out of 10. I didn't commit or that would have made it a 10."
Auburn's depth chart at running back is an advantage to the Tigers, Hart said. So is the offense.
"They only have two (running backs) after this year, so that would be perfect for me," Hart said. "I fit the offense very well."
When asked about the atmosphere and how it compares to what he's seen at Michigan, Hart says the close knit feel that the Auburn team and staff exude is something that really stood out to him.
"Just the excitement level, how the fans are so happy," Hart said. "The coaches, fans, everybody is so together and happy."
Following the game, Hart witnessed Auburn's locker room celebration.
"That was crazy," Hart said. "It was like nothing I've ever seen before. They got together and sang 'Lean on Me'. That's a sign of everyone being together."
Hart said he is likely done with visits, and will begin the final process of making his college choice.
"I'll just have to talk it over with my mom and go from there," Hart said.
War Eagle we would welcome you with open arms Demertrius