"I'm still waiting on an offer from one of my top three schools," said Dwight Dasher. "I like Georgia, Florida State and Florida, but neither one has offered me."
If Georgia, Florida State or Florida were to offer the Scout.com two-star prospect, he would almost certainly commit on the spot. But for now, Dasher will consider just the seven offers currently on his table.
"I've got offers from Western Michigan, Ball State, Middle Tennessee, Georgia Southern, Carson-Newman, Central Florida an UAB," said Dasher. "Right now, I plan on visiting Western Michigan, Ball State and Middle Tennessee when my season is over. It will probably be sometime in January."
At 5-foot-10, 180-pounds, Dasher is being recruited primarily as a defensive back. However, he would prefer to play at quarterback if given the opportunity.
"I'm mostly hearing cornerback or maybe at wide receiver," said Dasher, who is a three-year starter at quarterback for the Indians. "I think it's mainly because of my height. I'm about the same size as Reggie Ball (5-11,195) or some of those guys. I know I could play quarterback in college if given a chance."
On Saturday afternoon, Dasher and Charlton County will play the Early County Bobcats in the Georgia Dome for a chance to play in the Class AA State Championship game for a third straight season.
"I want to finish my senior season with a perfect 15-0 record," said Dasher. "It would be great if we could win three straight state titles."
So far, Dasher has thrown for 2,029 Yards and 25 touchdowns and rushed for 660 yards and 10 touchdowns. He also handles all of the kicking duties for Charlton County.
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