He's built like a defensive tackle, but Galatian King and his 6-4, 265-pound frame is on several college program's recruiting radars as a defensive end.
The Ware County star prides himself on using his athleticism and his size to get to the quarterback. But there's one aspect of his game that he thinks sets him apart from other pass rushers.
"I can get to the quarterback," King said. "But I am also real good at stopping the run when I have to."
So far King hasn't received any offers but that could change in the near future.
"I have been hearing a lot from Florida State, Auburn, Clemson, Western Kentucky and Memphis," King said. "I have talked to a lot of coaches from those schools and they want to see more of what I do."
King was recently named to the First-Team All-Combine team at the Scout.com Under Armour Combine in Jacksonville, Fla.
Ware County's King on the Recruiting Radar
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