If there is a faster high school football prospect than Will Judson from the state of Georgia than I want to see him. Judson, from Tyrone (Ga.) Sandy Creek High School, runs a sub-4.4 forty and is a dynamite kick returner and wide receiver. He plays opposite All-American wide out Calvin Johnson. According to Judson, he has scholarship offers from Memphis, Middle Tennessee State, Duke and Wake Forest.
"They have offered me so far," Judson said. "Georgia Tech will offer if I make the necessary test score. I have a feeling that South Carolina may offer as well. I like Georgia, Wake Forest, Georgia Tech, South Carolina, Memphis and Duke. I have a feeling that Georgia may kind of jump on me late so I don't know what will happen with them."
Judson, 5-8 and 155 pounds, also said that he will visit Memphis for sure in the month of January. This season, he is averaging 40 yards per punt return. He has returned two punts for touchdowns and one kickoff. On offense, he has 15 receptions for 240 yards and 3 scores.
Sandy Creek finished the regular season 10-0. They have this weekend off and they will face Cairo or Bainbridge in the first round of the playoffs on November 21st.
Note - Judson will be featured on Fox Sports Net South's Countdown to Signing Day tonight at 6:30 p.m. eastern.
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