Phillip Hyde is a standout running back from Sandy Creek that is drawing interest from teams across the south. He has helped lead his team to a 2-0 record by carrying the ball 43 times for 271 yards and two touchdowns. One school has stepped up to the plate and offered Hyde, and I would be surprised if more did not before the Class of 2004 put pen to paper in February.
"I've gotten an offer from MTSU," said Hyde. "Some of the schools
that have called me this month are MTSU, Clemson, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisville,
Georgia Southern, Mississippi State, and Georgia Tech. I went to the Vanderbilt
and Auburn game for an unofficial visit. Right now my Top 5 teams are Georgia
Tech, MTSU, Clemson, Kentucky, and Mississippi State."
Hyde is a compact and swift running back that has exceptional balance and good
power. He has a low center of gravity and fights for the extra yardage. He is a
workhorse of a back that had 265 carries as a junior.
He is also a member of the Georgia
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