During our last segment with Rajaan Bennett, the 6-0, 205 pound running back prospect informed us of his personal top three, which consisted of Louisville, Kentucky, and Vanderbilt. VandyMania.com gave the McEachern High star a buzz to see if anything had changed with his recruitment since the last time we spoke.
"No sir, nothing has really changed," the 3-star prospect from out of Powder Springs, Georgia informed VandyMania.com. "Everything is still pretty much the same. I haven't scheduled any official visits or anything like that."
It sounds like Bennett's recruitment has taken a back seat; well sort of... And I guess it's because he has been directing his attention primarily towards his senior year on the field, in order to closer out his prep football career on a high note. Well, so far so good for the highly-talented recruit... "Our season has been going great," Bennett shared with VandyMania.com. "We are 6-0 right now. On last Friday I went over the 1000-yard rushing mark. We played against Marietta. I had 28 carries for 216 yards and 3 touchdowns in that game."
Bennett informed us that he does not any official visits scheduled at the moment. However, he did share that he plans to make it out to a couple of games this fall. "I am not exactly sure when I am going to start taking my official visits. But I plan to go to a Kentucky game, and a Vandy game. I am also going to check with the coach from Louisville to see which game I can come up to."
VandyMania.com will be checking back with gifted ball carrier in the near future, so be sure to check back with to get the very latest on the McEachern High stud.
Bennett Taking Things Slow
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