Four Southeastern Conference schools are currently coveting the outstanding athlete from Birmingham, but one has been officially eliminated because of a coaching change according to Bennett.
"Kentucky has been there from the beginning," Bennett said. "Coach (Brown) came by my school and we had a pretty good talk. He let me know some things and just answered some questions for me. He said I can come in and help them right away at defensive back and receiver."
With his official visit date closing in, Bennett had this to say about what he will be looking for this weekend in his trip to Lexington: "Mainly just the facilities, the atmosphere, how the coaches and players get along and just overall learn more about it."
Asked if he'll take a visit to Alabama to compare with Kentucky, Bennett said: "Probably not. I'll probably be deciding when I get back."
For the season, Bennett had 30 TD's, 600 yards receiving, 1,580 rushing yards, while also throwing for over 600 yards.