The first official visit Diablo Valley (Calif.) Community College cornerback Antoine Albert set up was one to Iowa State. That Aug. 30 date remains on his schedule. Now, however, it seems to have been joined by a trip to SEC country.
"I set up my Tennessee visit for Oct. 11," Albert said on Tuesday.
According to Albert, the appeal of Tennessee is obvious. It's why he set up his visit with haste and it's why he's been high on the Vols for a long time. According to Albert, all schools in his recruitment remain even, but he doesn't shy away from heaping the praise on Butch Jones' program.
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"I just know they have a huge fan base and a great tradition," Albert said. "The coaches are high-energy guys, and I really like that. They are a huge powerhouse in recruiting, so they have a good future."
Fuller visited Oregon State in the spring and says that the Beavers will also factor heavily in his recruitment down the stretch. He has not scheduled any further visits at this time. He's keeping open dates on his travel schedule for a reason, after all
"I'm blessed a luck to have the opportunity to sign anywhere but I want to see who else offers before I make plans," Albert said.
As a freshman at Diablo Valley, Albert recorded 34 tackles and a pair of sacks. A December graduate, he plans to commit to a college sometime in November.