With 50 more rushing yards, Albert Young of Moorestown, N.J. will become the first running back in South Jersey to surpass the 2,000-yard mark for two consecutive years. The 5-foot-10, 195-pound back is listing five school as his favorites and has visits set with a few of them.
"I have a visit set with Wisconsin for Dec. 6, they are one of my favorites. I want to visit Boston College and I'm working on a date."
Albert will also visit Rutgers, Virginia and Iowa.
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"My visit schedule is not solid yet. I think I'm going to visit Rutgers sometime in January. I have Virginia set for Jan. 17, but that could change based on when I visit BC."
What about a favorite?
"I still like Wisconsin a lot and BC is up there. Rutgers and the others are all in the mix, but I want to see them all before I decide."
Albert has scored 30 touchdowns so far this season, 26 rushing and four receiving. Besides his running skills, recruiters are also very impressed with his hands out of the backfield and in the slot. Albert has lined up as a wideout at times and has 22 catches for more than 400 yards.