Seminole Prospects Shine in Georgia All-Star Game

Yesterday, two Seminole commitments and one strong lean helped lead the South squad to a 13-0 victory in the annual North/South Georgia All-Star game. The Territory caught up with two of the prospect to discuss their experience.


"I did ok," Seminole commitment Matt Dunham said. "I played safety and recorded two tackles. The North didn't throw deep on us because we had them covered."

Dunham, who checks on at 6-foot-2 and 221 pounds, befriend Seminole commitment Dan Foster and linebacker prospect Antonio Clay.

Dan did great," he said. "He's an outstanding player and he's very down to earth. Antonio really impressed me. He was one of the best players on the defense. He had an interception."

Not only did the trio get along on the field, they did off the field as well.

"I hung out with Dan and Antonio pretty much the entire time," Dunham said. "We all talked about playing for the same school. I think there's a pretty good chance Antonio will end up at Florida State."

Foster, who is the first cousin of Tay Cody, gave the Seminoles an early commitment in November.

"It was a great experience," Foster said. "I had two sacks to go along with four tackles. I played middle linebacker but probably project at will or strong at Florida State."

Who impressed Foster?

I was impressed with B.J. Wright out of Valdosta and Tray Blackmon," he said. "Trey got some good licks in and Antonio Clay is a player. I think he'll end up at either Florida State or Miami."

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