Nick Butler is an OL/DL prospect from Warner Robins High School, in Central Georgia. We caught up with Nick this week, and he let us in on who his leaders are to this point.
"I like Auburn, Georgia Tech, and Georgia," said
Butler. "Louisville has offered me, but they want me to play offensive
line, and right now I'm not comfortable with that."
Butler elaborated on what sets his three favorites apart from
the other schools that are recruiting him.
"With Auburn, I like the coaches and players a lot. At
Georgia Tech, I like the campus and the education. And with Georgia, I've just
been a Dawg fan my whole life."
Nick is an A and B student, and should have no problem
qualifying whatsoever. He told TheInsiders.com that he's now 6'2 265lbs, and
that he's looking forward to his senior year.
"I want to work hard and have a good season. We have a
new coach, and he's brought the discipline that we lacked before. I think we
could be pretty good like the Demons teams of the past."
We'll keep you up to date on Nick right up through signing
Warner Robins DL/OL has 1st offer
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