One of the Palmetto State’s top prospects made an unofficial visit to one of his favorite schools this past weekend.
“I went to Georgia for the South Carolina game,” said three-star Anderson (S.C.) all-purpose back Rafael Little. “I had a real good time. The game was fun and the atmosphere was real nice. I like their campus a lot.
“Coach Richt called me today and asked me if I had a good time there and what I thought about their school. I told him I really liked the atmosphere and facilities.”
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Little (5-11, 190, 4.5) has scholarship offers from Georgia, Clemson, South Carolina, Kentucky, Auburn and Tennessee. He said he plans to take some more unofficial visits this season, but he hasn’t determined when or where they’ll come.
“I don’t have a leader right now, but Georgia and Kentucky are looking pretty good,” he said.
In addition to the Bulldogs, he also got a call from the Wildcats this weekend.
“Coach Phillips from Kentucky called me,” he said. “He’s been recruiting me for a long time. He just called to check in and congratulate me on my games so far, told me to keep it up.”
Little has helped lead T.L. Hanna High School to a 3-0 start this season. He’s rushed for 327 yards and scored 12 touchdowns. As a junior, he rushed for 1,240 yards and 20 touchdowns, caught 29 passes for 580 yards and eight touchdowns, and returned six kicks/punts for scores.
“I don’t have a return for a touchdown yet,” he said. “Nobody will kick me the ball this year.”