Westmoreland Prepares for College

With his high school career as a Gwinnett County All-Star behind him, Eman Westmoreland is preparing for college football. The Central Gwinnett (GA) quarterback discusses his recruitment and plans for upcoming visits.

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"It feels great," 2013 QB Eman Westmoreland said of finishing his high school career as a Gwinnett County All-Star. "It's a great group of kids. I loved working with them. Our practices were amazing.

"I just love being here and being able to work with these high-level skilled kids."

Westmoreland and his fellow all-star selections secured victory on Friday night on his game-winning touchdown drive. As a Central Gwinnett (GA) quarterback, Westmoreland competed for Buford Coach Jess Simpson in the 23-21 win over South Gwinnett Coach John Small.

With his career complete on the high school gridiron, Westmoreland has now shifted focus to college football.

"As of right now, my options are still open," Westmoreland said of his recruitment. "I haven't committed anywhere yet, but I am looking forward to playing football next year.

"Football is the love of my life."

Westmoreland plans to take his official visits over his holiday break and after the start of the new year.

"I have no visits set up yet," he explained, "but I am planning on making a few visits to see some college campuses. I want to see where my family is going to be for the next four years."

As for schools that may have earned Westmoreland's interest, he admits a desire to see Samford, Richmond, Georgia State and Wisconsin.

Dates for these potential visits have not yet been set.

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