Greg Sudderth is a good looking Safety prospect from the football factory that is Parkview High School. He has two offers to this point, and has narrowed his list down to five final suitors.
"My top five is Maryland, North Carolina, Navy, Florida, and Georgia Tech. Maryland and Georgia Tech have offered me a scholarship."
What stands out about each of his favorites?
Maryland: "I love Friedgen and their defensive back coach alot."
North Carolina: "My family is from there, and a couple of my cousins went
Navy: "I love the atmosphere with the water all around you, and I like
Coach Johnson because of what he did at Georgia Southern."
Florida: "I've been a fan for a while, and I really think Coach Zook will
turn things around."
Georgia Tech: "My friend Jeremy Muyres played there and he tells me a lot
about it. I'm waiting to see how they do this season."
What is Sudderth looking for most in a school?
"I want a good atmosphere, with solid academics, and see what they can
do for me after college is over."
With his college career still looming in the distance, Greg has turned his
attention upon his senior season. Next week Parkview will go up against AA
Champion Buford High in a highly anticipated scrimmage, and Sudderth seems ready
for the challenge.
"Everyone is always talking how AA is just as good as AAAAA. Next week,
we get to finally see who's better."
The Panthers will be one of the favorites to win the title once again, and
Sudderth's play in the defensive backfield will have a lot to do with their
success. Theinsiders will keep you up to date on his progress right up through
2 offers and Top 5 for GA DB
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