Demond Dennis is one of the most talented rushers in the state of Georgia and the Carver-Atlanta standout has already received an offer from Alabama.
And while the 5-foot-11 and 185-pound running back has not yet received any other offers, that doesn't mean that other schools haven't expressed their respective interest.
"I have been hearing a lot from Central Florida and Georgia Tech," Dennis told GAVSV.com Monday night.
So, what does he think about those two programs?
Georgia Tech: "I feel like they'd be a good school for me. They plan on running the football. Their new head coach came from Navy where he used the running backs a lot so it would be a good fit."
Central Florida: "Honestly, I don't know much about them. I just know they had a good running back (Kevin Smith) and I heard it's a nice campus in a good area."
As for that lone offer, Dennis plans on taking a visit to Tuscaloosa after he takes the ACT on May 3.
Is there any chance that he could commit to the Crimson Tide on his visit?
"Yeah, I might," Dennis said. "It all depends on how recruiting is going and what I think of it there when I am down there."
Dennis Holds UA Offer, Hearing from UCF, GT
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