Wide Receiver, Class of 2021
Dillon High School, Dillon, SC
Because he’s in the class of 2021, Dillon (SC) wide receiver Ahmari Huggins said he realizes college coaches are very limited in the contact they can have. Instead of waiting for later this year when they can reach out, he’s has been active.
Huggins has taken three visits this spring, two to the same school. Though he admits it’s early and he wants to see what other schools will get involved, Huggins said that school is currently in the best position in his recruitment. He has offers thus far from Virginia Tech, Pittsburgh, and most recently Louisville.
Last weekend, Huggins was in Blacksburg for the Hokies’ scrimmage. He also visited Feb. 9 for their junior day.
“I watched the scrimmage they had, and I got to try on the uniform, talk to the coaches,” Huggins said. “I hung out with the receivers coach (Jafar Williams) and I was in a meeting with the receivers. I talked to Coach (Justin) Fuente, too. The live practice was good to see. Other than that, it wasn’t too different.”
Though Huggins has gotten to know Williams, special teams coordinator James Shibest has remained his primary recruiter. Still, Huggins said he likes...
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