The 6-foot-7, 220 pound athlete has a long list of offers on play hoops on the next level, but he is not ready to give up on football just yet.
"I have people that tell me basketball is my sport and some say football is, so I just want to play both until I can't anymore," said Goodwin. "Some thought I would not play football this season, but I am. I love football, I stated playing that before I played basketball, and I am getting a lot of interest in that sport too."
Scout will release its state rankings this week and Goodwin will appear inside the top 30. He could be higher, but there are concerns that he will give up football all together on the next level.
For now though, the rangy tight end plans to play both and football coaches on the college level like the sound of that.
"I am not looking to give up football yet. My mom might like for me too, but I think I am pretty good at that sport. "A lot of coaches have told me I can play both sports in college and I am looking at those schools. Georgia, Memphis, UCLA, Alabama, and Florida are my top five schools right now and all of them have said I can play football and basketball for them. I like their style of play and I am looking at those schools."
Nick Marshall was a two-sport star out of Rochelle (GA) Wilcox County in 2011 and he had offers in both sports, but he chose to sign a football scholarship with Georgia with plans to play basketball on the next level as well.
Goodwin is this years Marshall and just as talented.