Posted: 1:01 am Monday, February 17th, 2014
By Michael Carvell
Eagle’s Landing Christian is the tiny Class A school in McDonough that has produced some big-time college football talents.
Last week, ELCA defensive tackle Andrew Williams captivated the Southeast by signing with Auburn over Clemson and UGA. The year before, defensive end Isaac Rochell spurned the SEC to go to Notre Dame.
The next top prospect out of ELCA is Nick Dawson, a 6-foot-2, 215-pound outside linebacker who attended UGA’s Junior Day on Saturday. He also likes Georgia Tech.
- How did UGA’s Junior Day go for Dawson?
- What position does he project to play for the Bulldogs?
- What did a Georgia Tech assistant tell him recently?
- Which other schools does he like the most?
He talks about it in the above video.
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