Etta Etta Towa 6-3.5, 295, 4.98 McEachern High School Atlanta, Georgia
"I like Stanford, Georgia Tech, Georgia, Clemson and Kentucky. All of them have offered except Georgia Tech and Georgia," Etta Etta-Tawo said.
What stands out about those 5 schools?
Stanford: "I like their reputation and their football program."
Georgia Tech: "They have a real good program for my major and a good football team."
Georgia: "I like their history of past championships and their strict academic rules for football players."
Clemson: "I like the way their team handles themselves on the field."
Kentucky: "My parents like the school and I enjoy watching them on TV."
What is the McEachern star standout looking for most in a school?
"Academics is first and then comes athletics. I want to major in either accounting or engineering."
The Dawgs and Cardinal are after "Double E" the most right now.
"Georgia and Stanford are recruiting me the hardest. Coach Bobo and Coach McDonald call a lot."
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