High School football is back and UGASports.com is back on the road covering all the future Bulldogs. This week, we will be covering a game in Missouri and then one back home in Georgia.
Football season is here and I am hitting the road again to provide you guys with the best Bulldog Recruiting coverage as possible.
Game Number One
I have already been on the road to cover Trinton Sturdivant and Anson County's season open and I will be back on the road twice this week to cover two more (maybe three more if Aron White chooses UGA) future Dawgs.
Other 2007 prospects: RBHS RB Scott ConCannon (committed to Northwestern) and De Smet has two top underclassmen in SOPH RB/LB Devin King and WR Wes Kemp.
What do we expect to see? We look for a fired up Rock Bridge team to come out with an attitude. De Smet eliminated the Bruins last year late in the playoffs as they went on to win the state championship. Rock Bridge has been preparing for this game since the final horn of that playoff game.
What can you look for on UGASports.com? Look for many photos of Gray, White, and other talented prospects. We will feature Gray and White in exclusive sideline video as they make plays throughout the game. We will break down the performance of each and provide you with all the stats and highlights.
That is just game one of two that we will cover this week. After the big game in St. Louis Thursday night, we will get on a plane Friday morning and head back to Atlanta.
Game two will be back in the Peach State Friday night.
Game Number Two
Once we land in Atlanta, we will head south on I-75 towards Jackson. After watching UGA Commits Logan Gray and Aron White on Thursday, we will turn our attention to future UGA DE Neland Ball.
Other 2007 prospects: Jackson WR John Keye (Kentucky commitment), Jackson QB Brad Lunsford, Union Grove LB Kyle Jackson (Georgia Tech commitment), and Union Grove JR LB/RB Steven Sylvester.
What do we expect to see? We will see a lot of good looking athletes in this one. The head coaches are good friends and coaches on the same staff at Forest Park together in the past, so they know each other well. Union Grove is the bigger school, but Jackson may have more talent. This should be a good one.
What can you look for on UGASports.com? Look for many photos of Ball and Sylvester as they are the two biggest prospects in the game when talking UGA. We will have a camera on Ball from the sideline and follow him each play, so you will see that up close video next week. We will also get some great video on Sylvester as he looks to be one of the top prospects in the class of 2008.
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