Demiko Goodman is one of the most highly sought after widre receiver prospects in the south this year. His Newnan team made a run to the Georgia Dome this year where they fell to the #1 ranked Camden County Wildcats, and now Goodman can focus on recruiting and setting up visits.
"I have two visits set up," said Goodman. "I'm going to Georgia
on January 9th, and I'm going to Florida State on January 23rd. I'm pretty sure
it's on the 23rd. Georgia came for an in home visit on Tuesday night, and
Florida State was here last week."
Goodman is a World-Class sprinter in the 400 meter event, and at 6-4 with his
speed, it's easy to see why so many colleges are trying to get him to play for
their respective teams. He is a member of the TheInsiders'
South Hot 100.
Goodman has maintained that Georgia and Florida State are his leaders for a long
time now. He may end up setting more visits in the end, but this is going to
come down to a Georgia/Florida State Border War.
Top GA WR sets 2 Visits
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