ATH Ramon McElrathbey
5-11, 180, 4.5
Mays High School
The 5-11, 180 pound prospect had planned to visit Georgia along with good friend Carlos Thomas over the weekend. "We were suppose to go to Georgia, but it didn't work out."
McElrathbey does have one more camp on his summer tour. "I'm definitely going to Auburn this weekend. I'm not sure if Carlos is going."
Another school has joined the favorites for the Georgia prize recruits. "Clemson and Florida are the leaders and now Georgia Tech is in there." "We've been to Tech a good bit since it's so close," stated McElrathbey.
The Tigers held a commitment for a short period of time earlier this year. Where do the Tigers stand now? "They are still in pretty good shape with me at least," stated McElrathbey.
When will the Mays High prospect make a commitment? "It will probably be at the end of the season. I want to take some visits first. We are going to weigh our options after the season."
The Tigers will get a chance to impress the talented athlete in September. "I'm probably coming up for the Clemson game against Georgia Tech."
We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding athlete from Georgia, right up through signing day 2005.
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