August 29, 2008
Juniors to Watch in Georgia: Part V
The state of Georgia will be loaded again with talent in the class of 2010. Year after year schools from across the country recruit the Peach State and this class will receive the same type of attention.
Yes, we are still over five months out from the 2009 class signing their letter of intent, but we have been on road evaluating underclassmen as much as we have seniors over the past year.
It is still a ways away, but everyone wants the scoop on the next big recruit. Here is a look at Part V that reveals ten juniors a day that we feel strongly about being Division I football recruits. This is the final piece in the week long feature.
JUNIORS TO WATCH
Blake Sims: Gainesville - Gainesville, Ga.
Athlete - 6-0, 171, 4.55
Quick Hitter: Sims put himself on the map a year ago when he led Cass to victory over Cartersville. He is a great athlete with a lot of potential. He plays QB now, but safety may be his future in college.
DeAndre Smelter: Tattnall Square - Macon, Ga.
Safety - 6-2, 206, 4.6
Quick Hitter: Smelter plays at a small school, but he is a big time player. He can hit like a linebacker, but he covers well at safety where he picked off 12 passes as sophomore. He also throws 95 MPH in baseball.
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