Antwane Greenlee had been playing it coy with the Media for months. He was committed to Florida State, but still visiting other schools. It had long been rumored that he would be making a switch to Georgia in August... Well, it's August...
Antwane Greenlee is a 4 Star offensive line prospect from Columbus, Ga. that
made an early commitment to Florida State. He was part of a class that included
the twins Michael Pouncey and Maurkice Pouncey. The Pouncey twins made a switch
of commitment to the Florida Gators, and one couldn't help but think there was
validity to those rumors that Greenlee would follow suit in leaving the 'Nole
Offensive Line Class.
After telling the Dawgpost's J.T. Nichols that he had
opened things up, prompting a flurry of rebuttal articles around the
internet, Greenlee made an official switch to the Georgia Bulldogs today.
Greenlee participated in the Kennedy/CES
Combine in January, and showed early why he would be one of the most coveted
big men in the South. Measuring 6-5.5 and 305 pounds, Greenelee showed excellent
I first saw Greenlee as a sophomore at Hardaway. He wasn't playing much yet, but
he was easy to pick out, because he was by far the biggest player on the field.
He started to grow into that frame of his as a junior and was a big contributor.
Greenlee is a relatively inexperienced player who has a tremendous upside
because of his hard work, size, and athleticism.
He projects as an offensive tackle on the college level and fills a big need in
the Georgia class.
See him in action as a junior in this presentation by ScoutTV:
OL/DL/TE Antwane Greenlee:
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