Visiting there this time as a recruit of Georgia's came as a surprise to Worthen. He received a letter from them recently and they invited him to the Idaho State game and he took them up on their invitation.
"I had not heard from Georgia before I got that letter from them, but Coach [Warren] Belin told me I would be hearing from them more now. He told me that he saw my film and that he really likes me. I had a good talk with him before the game and he sounded very interested in me. I am excited to see how much they start to recruit me now."
Not too many know about the 6-foot-2.5, 217 pound linebacker out of Swainsboro, but he is making a lot of noise on the field this season. He has three games of over 20 tackles at linebacker and he has helped his team finish the regular season with a perfect 10-0 record.
No offers have come in yet, but he still thinks they.
"Things have started to pick up here lately and I have already scored 26 on the ACT and 1340 on the SAT, so I think schools are starting to find out about me," he said. "I would love to get an offer from Georgia because I have been a big fan of theirs for the longest, but I will look at anyone that offers me. I am just going to keep making plays and playing hard to see what that gets me."
Worthen will take in his first Georgia Tech game Saturday when they host Miami.