Chaz Green's decision isn't coming anytime soon - despite his best intentions.
The 6-foot, 290-pound offensive lineman from Tampa (Fla.) Catholic High School once intended to make his decision during his senior season this fall. That will no longer happen after his official visit to Tennessee.
The Vols made a good impression on Green's official visit this weekend
"I don't really have a top school but Tennessee is right up in the mix," said Green, who is also considering Florida, Southern California and Ohio State.
Green said he was impressed with the Vols on Saturday as they drubbed Georgia 45-19.
"It's cool being around here with the game day experience," Green said.
Green said he also felt a connection to UT's players.
"I like the players a lot," He said. "They're down to earth. I can relate to them a lot."
Not Just Visiting: Offensive lineman John Cullen was reportedly close to committing to UT while on his official visit this weekend.
"I didn't commit," Cullen told InsideTennessee.com. "I definitely considered it. It was very tempting. The trip definitely lived up to expectations and beyond. Now I need to take a step back and make sure that I make the right decision."
The 6-6, 280-pound offensive lineman from Fullerton (Calif.) Community College said he'll also visit Oklahoma, probably Miami and possibly Auburn before he makes a final decision.
"Tennessee is definitely now No. 1 in my book," he said. "I want to play at the best school possible. At the highest level, the SEC is about as good as it gets."
Utah was once in the lead. That was before Cullen watched the Vols on Saturday.
"I was truly impressed," Cullen said. "It told me a lot about the program, including the fact that it's headed in the right direction."