One of the top safeties across the state of Georgia has picked up a scholarship offer from Western Kentucky.
Suwanee Collins High prospect Peyton Woulard is a 6-foot-1, 175-pound safety that has drawn the attention from coaches from multiple FBS conferences, including the Hilltoppers staff.
"I'm very thankful for the offer," he told WKU Insider. "I definitely want to get there for a visit soon."
WKU safeties coach and recruiting coordinator Jami DeBerry is serving as Woulard's primary contact. While the Peach State star doesn't not know much about Hilltopper football and school at this point, he is looking forward to discovering more.
"Coach DeBarry is my recruiter and he just says from my film I have good ball skills and that they like my length," he said. "Don't know too much I'll just hope to learn more about the school and the athletics."
WKU joins Boston College, Colorado State, Duke, Indiana, Vanderbilt, Wake Forest and others to extend a scholarship offer.
With the Peach State a priority recruiting area for WKU, resulting in 10 additions to the roster in the 2017 class, that familiarity could prove beneficial for the Tops program.
"It makes them a lot more attractive," he said.
As a junior, Woulard registerd 79 tackles, including 55 solo stops and a pair interceptions.