Brannan Southerland has been on a great run for the last couple of weeks. His versatility has sent his stock sky-rocketing up the charts to place him amongst the Peach State's leaders in scholarship offers. The current number sits at 15+ and counting. Southerland listed six favorites for the Theinsiders.com, and each one of them has extended Brannan an offer.
"I like Georgia, Florida State, Florida, Auburn, Notre
Dame, and North Carolina the best right now. The only school I haven't been to
on that list is Notre Dame."
When asked if he could provide us an early official visit
slate, this is what Southerland had to say.
"Notre Dame is the only sure one right now. South Bend is
one of the few places I haven't seen. I like Coach Tyrone Willingham a lot. He's
very nice and well spoken."
While it sounds as if Notre Dame might have an early
advantage, Southerland refused to place the Irish above the five other
"I wouldn't say I have a leader. It was very difficult to
narrow it down to just these six."
Every school on the list has told Brannan that he can have his
choice between Fullback and Linebacker, except the Irish, who are strictly
recruiting the 6'2 221 pounder as a lead blocker. Which position does
"I like them both the same pretty much."
He has ran consistently in the 4.45 to 4.5 range throughout
the summer, and is primed for an absolutely monster final season at Greater
Atlanta Christian. As for his senior year goals, he definitely isn't concerned
about setting the bar too low.
"I want to become perfect at my positions. That is my
This race is just getting started, as Southerland doesn't
appear to be in any hurry to come to a decision. He did admit to me that,
"Distance could be a factor" when it finally came time to make up his
mind. The 'Battle for Brannan' will be one of the most interesting ones around
in 2004, due to the sheer number of football heavyweights still in contention.
TheInsiders.com will keep you up to date on Mr. Southerland right up through
GA FB/LB picking up some impressive offers
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