"Clemson, Auburn, North Carolina, South Carolina, Maryland and Georgia Tech are my favorites," said cornerback Fred Bennett. "They have all offered, and I'm also hearing from Tennessee, Middle Tennessee St, and Wake Forest."
The 6-2 and 180 pound Bennett is having a great year so far. "We are 6-2 so far and we have two games left in the regular season. I play cornerback and wideout. I have 6 interceptions and 24 tackles on defense, and 33 catches for 654 yards and 14 touchdowns."
Bennett went to the South Carolina/Alabama game and plans to see South Carolina and Clemson play a few more times this season. He said he will wait until after the season to schedule his official visits.
Bennett Having Big Year
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