Two Weeks/Two Games

Bobby Greenwood of Prattville High School is one of the top defensive end prospects in Alabama. The 6-6, 235 pound end made has been to two games the past two weeks and has another on the schedule. He talks about his game days.

"It was awesome. I talked to several coaches and was able to go in the locker room and talk to a few players after the game. It was pretty awesome being at the game. I have always watched them on TV. and I really enjoyed finally being able to go down there," said Bobby Greenwood.

Greenwood was able to speak with a few coaches and players.

"I talked to Coach Bowden, Coach Jody Allen, and Coach Mickey Andrews. It was great to meet all of them. A few players I talked to were B.J. Dean and Eric Moore."

Alabama was able to host Greenwood the week before for the Alabama/Ole Miss game.

"It was pretty fun. I liked watching my former teammates, Kyle Tatum and Roman Harper play. Roman had a great game. My head coach, Coach Clark, went to the game with me. He was going crazy when Roman got a sack. I spoke with Coach Randolph and Coach Shula while I was there," said Greenwood.

Greenwood has been to a different school every week and will keep that streak going this weekend as he head to the Plains.

"I am going to go to the Auburn/Citadel game this weekend. I don't know of any other games I am going to attend."

A decision will not come early as Greenwood still does not have a favorite.

"I still don't know. I am going to probably wait until after my season before I make a decision."

Prattville is dominating Class 6A and is hoping to make a state title run. Prattville was scheduled to host a huge out-of-state visitor this past weekend, but due to Hurricane Ivan, the game will not be played.

"We were suppose to play Starkville, MS. They were coming to Prattville to play us. We are not going to get to makeup the game. Alabama schools are pushing everything back in order to make up those games and the Mississippi's school are not doing that. We are 3-0 and really are working hard to get to the state championship. We play Stanhope Elmore this week," said Greenwood.

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