Kendall Milton will take an unofficial visit to Georgia this spring. That is just like he said he was going to do.
He will now take that visit for G-Day on April 20. That is pretty important timing when it comes to the Bulldogs reloading the RB room in 2020 with elite talent.
If there was the perfect day to host Milton this spring to show him what the program has to offer it would have to be the spring game.
The nation’s No. 2 RB prospect on the 247Sports composite ratings tweeted out that news on Tuesday evening.
This fulfills a pledge that Milton made back in January. He did make it clear that he would visit the Bulldogs prior to the end of his junior academic year. That notion was reinforced recently in a conversation with his father about the chances of Georgia getting a visit.
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The timing is also interesting. Milton also tweeted out that he planned to visit Alabama on April 17.
What is interesting here is the time lapse between the two visits. It means that his trip to Tuscaloosa will not be for their spring game.
It also means that his trip to Georgia will include the spring game and it will also afford the possibility of a multi-day visit.
He will check a lot of the boxes:
- Playmaking ability
- 6 feet, 2 inches and 220 pounds
- College mindset
- He is also an early enrollee in January of 2020
What does Milton like right now about Georgia? Well, the first matter at hand is that the program has been in almost daily contact since last fall via text messages or social media.
He also is well aware of Georgia’s vast tradition at the running back position.
“One thing that I like to look at is how the depth charts are and how deep in running backs they are,” Milton told DawgNation earlier this year. “At some schools, they will recruit me but have an eight-running back-backfield which will kind of limit the playing time. But with schools like Georgia, you can see where they are going to be in a situation where they are short on running backs. It is a great situation to come into and be able to take a spot.”
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