"Right now, Georgia is my leader," said running back Kelvin German. "I like the coaching staff and how they have turned the thing around. I was also impressed with how they ran the football last weekend."
German plans on visiting Georgia, Northwestern (12-14), Clemson and Ole Miss. All have offered but Clemson. German, 5-11 and 190 pounds, plays running back for Tyrone (Ga.) Sandy Creek High School. He just broke J.R. Lemon's single season rushing record (1,274 yards).
German, in dedication to his fallen teammate, Kedric Golston, wore Golston's jersey number (#6) in the game versus The Woodward Academy.
German Names a Leader
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