If Kendall Milton decides to play in the Southeastern Conference, based on his most recent visit schedule, he’s going to likely do so at one of the programs most known for developing running backs.

The 6-foot-2, 220-pound five-star Buchanan High School product from Clovis, Ca., is planning on visiting LSU and Georgia in the coming days, according to his father. Both programs have been courting the California native to join their 2020 recruiting classes for some time. Milton has already used one official visit to see Ohio State’s campus.

247Sports Composite Rankings list Milton as the nation’s No. 3 running back prospect and the No. 21 overall recruit in the nation.

LSU has had success recruiting the state of California recently as five-star defensive back Elias Ricks, four-star receiver Jermaine Burton and three-star defensive lineman Jordan Berry are all committed to the Tigers’ 2020 class. On the other hand, Georgia seems to land nearly every running back it sets its sights on landing outside of Louisiana native John Emery Jr., who decommitted from the Dawgs to sign with LSU.

To get an idea of what Milton can do on the field, check out his junior season highlight reel with Buchanan High School: