Dawgs Lead for Georgia FB/LB

Danny Carmichael is a Linebacker prospect from Woodstock High School in Woodstock, Georgia. The 6'1 and 235 pounder totaled 87 solo tackles (5 for a loss), 25 assists, and 2 interceptions in his junior season. Carmichael's had a solid leader since the very beginning.

"Georgia leads everyone," said Danny Carmichael. "North Carolina is second behind Georgia. The remaining schools are Auburn, Clemson, Florida State, Tennessee, and South Carolina."

Carmichael has close ties with Georgia including former teammate Tripp Chandler signing with Georgia in February.

"Georgia has always been my favorite school. It's Dawg Country. It's in my blood. My mom ran track there and my sister is there now. If Georgia were to offer I'd certainly go there."

Carmichael is being recruited as both a Linebacker and Fullback.

"Georgia and Auburn coaches say they would like me at Fullback. MTSU (Middle Tennessee State) and North Carolina want me at Linebacker. My position of choice is at Linebacker. That could be a factor in which school I decide to attend."

Which schools have offered Carmichael a scholarship?

"My first two offers were from North Carolina and MTSU. I have a pretty good chance of getting an offer from Georgia. They told me it's between me and another kid."

Carmichael has already been to a number of summer camps. He has one more planned for the summer.

"I was at MTSU's camp. I'll be at Georgia tomorrow (today) for their senior camp. I'll be at Auburn's camp on the 15th and 16th of this month. I think I'll be done with camps after that."

Carmichael knows of one official visit he'll take. He has taken a number of unofficial visits.

"I'll certainly take an official visit to Georgia. I'm not sure certain of other schools I'll go to. I have taken unofficial visits to Clemson, Georgia Tech, and Auburn."

Carmichael is excited about his final season of high school football at Woodstock.

"I feel good about our chances this season. We have a lot of young talent that's developing. We also have a few returning starters. Our first goal is to make the playoffs and go from there."

Will it be Georgia at the end? Stay tuned to Scout.com to find out.

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