Phillip O. Berry Academy of Technology's Nick Dawson (6'3/230) is one of the most highly recruited players in the Southeast. He has over 20 scholarship offers and will announce a list of finalists for his services soon.
"Recruiting is going great. Everything is going real smooth, and I am getting a lot of attention," said Dawson.
Although the talented prospect from Charlotte has yet to release a list of final schools, two schools seem to have positioned themselves nicely for the linebacker.
Both of his top schools have impressed senior standout.
"I like everything about Louisville," he said. "They have done a great job recruiting me, and I love Coach Strong. I have also been real impressed with their tradition and facilities."
"At Clemson, I love the atmosphere. They have great fans and a great coaching staff. I have also developed a good relationship with my recruiting coach, Coach Pearman."
Dawson will take all 5 official visits this fall and then make a decision at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl on January 7.
"I just want to feel comfortable with the coaching staff before I make a decision," Dawson said.
It appears that Dawson's main focus right now is his senior season. He opened the season with a dominating performance. Dawson, a two-way starter for Phillip O. Berry Academy of Technology, had 10 tackles, 2 sacks, and 2 rushing touchdowns. The Cardinal cruised to a 44-6 victory against crosstown Vance.