Huggins considers Georgia a favorite after visit
07/28/2014 1:39 AM
07/28/2014 1:55 AM
A recent visit to Georgia has DL Albert Huggins of Orangeburg-Wilkinson strongly considering the Bulldogs. Huggins continues along in the recruiting process without a favorite, but Georgia certainly has made a move with him.
"I'm still going to look around and all, but in the end, Georgia is going to be right there with me," he said.
The visit was an opportunity for Huggins to get an up close look at Georgia and he enjoyed his time in Athens.
"We saw the facilities and the academic center, which was really, really nice," he said. "The dorms were like apartments and sit right next to the cafeteria, so I liked that too. I got a chance to spend time with the coaches and get to know them. It was a really good visit."
Huggins had considered attending the Friday Night Lights at Florida but did not make the trip. He did say he would like to make that trip before the school year begins.
He has not decided on visits for the fall and remains in touch with Clemson and USC.
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