Dwight Dasher Talks About His Decision

Charlton County quarterback Dwight Dasher just recently completed his recruiting. He talked to GAVSV.com about his decision to play for Middle Tennessee State.

Dwight Dasher committed to the Blue Raiders during his official visit last weekend.

"It went very good," said Dasher. "I liked everything.  When we got there, we went to look at the football field and toured the campus. After that, We went to look at the athletic facility, the weight room, and stuff like that.  Then we sat down and talked to the coaches."

"I plan on majoring in Business and I was very happy with what they had to offer academically.  I just really liked everything about the school, so I decided to go ahead and commit."

The Blue Raiders will have to replace quarterback Clint Marks who had 7,342 yards passing and 37 touchdowns as a three-year starter.  How does Dwight Dasher fit into their quarterback situation?

"They said I would be competing for a starting position," Dasher said. "They have a couple of guys already there, but I think competing for the job will only make me a better player."

At 5-foot-10, 180-pounds, Dasher is a tremendous athlete who has the ability to make plays with his arms and his legs. He threw for 2,357 yards and 27 touchdowns and rushed for another 800 yards and 12 touchdowns as a senior.

Dasher was one of three Peach State prospects to commit to Middle Tennessee State that weekend. Dwight Smith from Swainesboro and Sacoby Carter from Hawkinsville also committed to the Blue Raiders.

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Dwight Dasher warming up before match-up with Early County.

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