Hyatt Visits for Dawg Night

Gwinnett County is no stranger to producing five-star talent.

North Gwinnett offensive lineman Mitch Hyatt will likely hear the term "five-star" in front of his name before too long. But Friday night Hyatt fought it out with the rest of the campers at Georgia's annual Dawg Night.

"It was a great experience," Hyatt said. "I didn't really know what to expect because I've only been up there one other time for a game. I was pleasantly suprised. I enjoyed Coach Friend and his coaching style. I liked how he was a more demanding coach expecting the most out of you."

The rain delay, however, could have taken some wind out of the Bulldogs' recruiting sails.

"I didn't get too much attention from the coaches about recruiting because there was a rain delay so when we had to get out there for camp. There just wasn't much time.

Eventually the rain went away - giving time for Hyatt to cement his interest in his in-state school.

"I like Georgia," Hyatt said. "It's nice. I like the coaching staff and the community. It's close to home, it's good school and it's up there."


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