South Palding High quarterback Chase Graham doesn't say much.
But he has a clear message to college coaches when asked what he would like them to know about him.
"I am a hard worder," Graham said Tuesday night. "I will do whatever my coach asks me to do."
That approach to the game of football has translated to success on the gridiron as the 5-foot-11, 170-pound is one of the more talented signal callers in all of Georgia.
And while Graham doesn't have any scholarship offers yet, he has still been hearing from some schools.
"I get a lot of mail from UNC and Wake Forest," Graham said. "They send me some stuff and I have gotten some mail from a few other schools, too. No offers yet but hopefully soon."
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