Norcross (Ga.) Greater Atlanta Christian running back Micah Andrews has set up his first official visit and a leader could be emerging.
"I have an official visit set with South Carolina for Dec. 13," said the 5-foot-11, 193-pounder. "They haven't offered me yet, but said they would probably offer if I visited. I'm interested in meeting coach Holtz even if they don't offer."
Although the Gamecocks have the only visit set, Andrews is thinking of another school at the top of his list right now.
"I don't want to say they're my leader, because I don't have one, but Ole Miss is interesting to me," he said. "They've offered and I think I could play early there and make an impact. I've always been partial to SEC football for obvious reasons."
Andrews' father, William, played his college football at Auburn before embarking on a successful NFL career.
"SEC football is really competitive and the crowds are crazy," he said. "I'm not only looking at SEC teams, but Ole Miss, South Carolina, Georgia and LSU (also offered) are all on my list."
Andrews is also seriously considering a couple of other non-SEC schools.
"Virginia and Boston College are also high on my list," he said. "I'm not overlooking academics and both teams are very competitive. BC has been to bowl games the last three years and Virginia is turning it around quicker than anyone thought. I'll probably visit BC and I might take a trip to Virginia. I'm not sure if that would be an official or unofficial yet."
Andrews is on his way to surpassing his 1,700-yard total from his junior season. He has more than 1,400 in only eight games this year.