Brannan Southerland is one of the fastest rising prospects in the south this year. He is a fullback/linebacker prospect that can play either on the next level depending on a team's needs. He has taken one official visit already, has another one scheduled, and knows one more for sure after an unofficial visit this weekend.
"I've been to the Auburn/USC game, and I went to the Georgia/Alabama game
this weekend," said Southerland. "I took an official visit to Notre Dame on September 5th, and I had a great visit. I got to sit down with Coach
Willingham in his office, and I definitely enjoyed it. I loved the prestige of
"I went to Georgia/Alabama last weekend. I had a great time. I got to sit
down and talk with Coach Mark Richt for a while. I enjoyed the atmosphere and
the game itself. At this point, I would consider myself a slight lean to
"I have a visit set up with Oklahoma on November 8th, and Georgia will get
a visit for sure. My last two visits will come from Florida, Florida State, and
Auburn. Those are my Top 6 right now."
Southerland has 407 yards rushing on the season on only 41 attempts. He has
seven rushing touchdowns and has added one through the air. He is the top
fullback prospect in the state of Georgia, and he is one of the top middle
linebacker prospects in the entire south.
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