5-star defensive lineman Albert Hugging led Orangeburg-Wilkson to an impressive victory Friday night.
“Our first game went pretty good. We beat Bamberg 34-7,” said Huggins.
Bert hopes to be in Death Valley Saturday night to watch the Tigers battle Georgia.
“I was just talking to my coach about that. I have to ask my dad. If he says it is okay then I am going,” said Huggins.
Following the big victory Bert reached out to coach Hobby from Clemson.
“I talked to coach Hobby yesterday. I called him after my game. He congratulated me on beating Bamberg. It was the first time we had done that in four years. There was a little celebration going on,” said Huggins.
When asked about his current leaders, Huggins replied,” “I don’t really have any. I am going to wait until I take some more visits”.
The prize recruit is building a strong relationship with coach Hobby.
“Me and him are very cool. He is a great coach. We have a pretty good relationship already,” said Huggins.
Bert has high expectations for his junior season.
“We have a lot of work to do. We made some mistakes we need to correct, but I truly think there is a championship in the works,” said Huggins.
Are any other college games in the plans for this fall?
“I don’t have any others planned yet but I know I will take some more,” said Huggins.