"I like Indiana, Georgia Tech, Georgia, Auburn and Clemson. My favorite school is Georgia Tech," Alan Strong said.
Why are the Jackets in the lead?
"It's close to home and I love their program. I also love their academics because I hold like a 3.5 average. They're a good academic school. I'd like to major in sports medicine."
Why does he list the other teams on his list?
Indiana: "I like how they're looking at me. They were the first school to send me a letter."
Georgia: "I want to stay close to home and I love the program because they're in the top 10. I love Coach Richt. He's a great coach and has great leadership ability."
Auburn: "That's another great school and it's in the SEC. They have a great football program."
Clemson: "That's another great program in the ACC."
What is Strong looking for in a college?
"I'm looking for academics and a great sports program that can take me to the next level. You always need a back-up plan."
Alan would like to take a look around at a few schools, but there is one special condition.
"I want to take all 5 visits, but if Georgia Tech offers me that's where I'm committing to. I'll probably end it all then."
Strong is a standout on the track circuit as well as the football field.
"I also run track. I run the 100m and 200m. My best is a 10.8 100m. I run with the New Horizon's track club. I ran a 21.8 in the 200m, but hopefully I can lower that."
The Capital City corner also is improving his strength numbers.
"I work real hard in the weight room. I bench 245 lbs and squat 405 lbs. I just want to be the best."
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