White likely will miss Dawgs' camp

ATHENS – Georgia's annual summer camp, which features some of the top players in the South interested in the Bulldogs, will likely have one noticeable absence from players already committed to play for Georgia.

"I don't think I am going to be able to make it," Charles White, who committed to Georgia earlier this spring, said Sunday. "It just has not been good timing."

White said because he was not likely to attend the camp in two weeks that he has focused his summer on making his team better.

"Everything has been going well this summer. I have just been trying to get myself ready for the fall. I want to put myself in position to make some plays this fall," White said.

White's high school, Blythewood, is competing in varsity football for the first time this fall.

"We want to make some noise – win a state championship," he said. "We look good; we look real strong."

The Columbia-area prep star said he enjoyed his recent visit to Georgia, and that it was all he was hoping for.

"I loved everything when I went for a visit a while back," White said. "There is certainly something special going on in Athens. I can see why Georgia has so much success. I am glad to be a part of the family."


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