The team impressed him too.
"I could see myself going there in the future. I really like them and I have a lot of respect for their offense. I could see myself lining up in their offense."
The 5-foot-11, 208 pound junior running back out of Cedartown, Ga. ran for just under 200 yards in three quarters Friday night and he has over 900 yards in three games this season.
He has not picked up an offer from UGA yet, but he knows he is on their radar.
"I talked to all of the coaches while I was on the visit, but I talked to Coach [Bryan] McClendon and Coach [Mark] Richt the most," he said. "They told me they have been impressed with me this season and that they would be out Friday night at Ridgeland to see me play."