Huggins set to visit USC SEC rival

June 26, 2014 

Orangeburg-Wilkinson's Albert Huggins is a top instate target for the class of 2015

C MICHAEL BERGEN — mbergen@thestate.com

Georgia is the next destination for DE Albert Huggins of Orangeburg-Wilkinson. After spending a couple of nights at a Clemson camp earlier this month, Huggins next visit will be a day trip to Athens.

"I'm excited about it and I'm just going about this visit just like all of the others," he said. "I get a vibe of how things work when I visit these schools and that's what I plan to do at Georgia."

Huggins does not have any favorites and said it is too early for that. "I can't really say because I haven't taken enough trips," he said. "I don't think that would be fair. I liked Clemson and I liked some of the other places I've visited, I just need to go to some more places (before I announce any favorites)."

The Georgia trip is scheduled for July 19th. He will visit Florida after that with no date set. As for USC, he does not have any plans to visit at this time.

"I'm real familiar with USC so I don't think I need to get back there," Huggins said. "I still talk to the coaches and they're real interested in me."

Huggins said he will likely take all five official visits and is in no hurry to make a decision. Though he does not have any favorites, he acknowledged interest in both Clemson and USC.

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