LB Darius Dewberry
6-4, 220, 4.65
Peach County High School
Fort Valley, Georgia
When asked who are his current leaders, 5-star LB Darius Dewberry responded, "Georgia and Auburn are my leaders and Clemson has moved up there with them right now, I'd say."
Why do those three programs lead for the Fort Valley standout? "They have been recruiting me the hardest," Dewberry said.
Last week Dewberry had stated that Georgia and Auburn were his leaders. Why did Tigers join his other leaders? "They have just been recruiting me harder the last few weeks. They have been calling a lot. Coach Hines came by to see me last week."
The home team will get a visit later in December. "My next visit is December 14. I will be going to Georgia." The prize recruit plans to visit Clemson on January 14.
Don't expect a commitment from the 5-star linebacker until he finishes with his official visits. "I don't expect to make a decision until I take all my visit. It's hard to say what I will consider to make my final decision."
We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding linebacker from Georgia, right up through signing day 2005.
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