RB D.J. Howard Profile
CUTigers talked to 2010 Lincoln High School (Ala.) running back D.J. Howard on Sunday night, shortly after he got home from his official visit to Kentucky.
"It was nice. A little snowstorm came through. You know, here in Alabama, we don't see snow," he said.
He knows which one he's going to sign with on Wednesday and will let the head coaches at Clemson, Auburn and Kentucky know where on Monday.
About two or three inches of snow fell on Friday, the day he arrived to Lexington.
"They didn't expect the snowstorm to come in until Saturday. It started coming down about 9:30," Howard. "That was my first time seeing it like that. At home, it doesn't even stick to the ground."
Winter weather and all, he enjoyed spending time, one-on-one with coach Joker Phillips. Howard said he "enjoyed" getting to learn more about Kentucky since his only visit was last summer.
"I didn't get a chance to see everything I wanted to see," he said. "I went up there and got a better look at things, got a chance to interact with the players, and had a chance to see the environment in Kentucky."
Howard had a good time at the Kentucky basketball game, which was was attended by LeBron James.
CUTigers asked, where does Kentucky stand with Clemson and Auburn?
"They stand good. Well, I already know where I'm going. I've got my mind made," Howard said.
Rumors of his offered being pulled was something he didn't even know about. It wasn't brought up on Thursday when he last spoke to an Auburn coach.
"I know where I'm going. There probably won't be any tricks or anything," Howard said.
No hat selection will be necessary.
He'll make a public announcement on Wednesday at 11:20 a.m. EST.
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