Earlier this summer, it appeared that Kentucky was emerging as a leader for three-star Anderson (S.C) running back Rafael Little.
Now, he says, the picture is not so clear cut.
“I don’t have a favorite right now,” Little said. “I can’t really say at this point. I decided I would wait until I visited some more schools before I call anyone my favorite.”
Little (5-11, 190, 4.5) has a written offer from Kentucky and has been told by Auburn, South Carolina, Clemson, Georgia and Tennessee that he will have offers from their schools.
Clemson has picked up the pace of late and will draw an unofficial visit from Little when he attends the Georgia game next weekend with some of his friends.
“That should be a great game, and it’s two teams that I like,” he said. “I’m looking forward to seeing how they play.”
Little, who had 1,820 total yards and 34 touchdowns as a junior, opens his senior season on Friday as T.L. Hanna takes on rival Westside.