Brannan Southerland is one of the top players in the state of Georgia. He has multiple offers from big time schools across the nation, and he is being looked at on both sides of the ball. He is a standout at both fullback and linebacker, and could play either in college. Which position does he prefer?
"I'm not ready to pick one just yet," said Southerland. "I want
to see how my senior year goes and see if I really like one better than the
other and see if I get that much better at one or the other. Most of the schools
that are recruiting me are saying they would let me decide which side of the
ball they want me on."
Speaking of schools recruiting Southerland, he has a load of offers including
offers from all of his favorites.
"I'm really trying to narrow it down before September and the coaches start
calling. I pretty much like Florida State, Florida, Georgia, Auburn, Notre Dame,
Oklahoma, and maybe North Carolina. I'd give Florida State, Florida, Georgia,
and Auburn a little bit of an edge maybe because they are closer to home. Notre
Dame and Oklahoma are recruiting me to play fullback; everyone else is telling
me fullback or linebacker."
Southerland went on vacation earlier this summer and made some unofficial stops
in both Tallahassee and Gainesville, and he went to a few of the Georgia games
last year. He will have no trouble qualifying, and his versatility is making him
a wanted man at Greater Atlanta Christian.
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