Offer Update - Georgia Military

This year, Georgia Military had nearly 30 players sign with four-year schools and, while none of their players have made commitments to schools at this point in time, several have offers and offensive line coach Joe Windon updated on who has offers and who to keep an eye on in the coming weeks and months...

RB Mario Alford - The talented runner has offers from Mississippi, Arizona, Kansas and Texas Tech. All of the schools are looking at him as a running back, wide receiver, slot receiver.

2011 stats: 226 yards rushing, 4 TD; 10 receptions, 122 yards, 1 TD

OL Trenton Brown - Brown is a massive tackle at 6'8", 350 pounds, but he's super-athletic and already has offers from Georgia, Florida, Arizona, Kansas, Texas Tech, Texas A&M, Middle Tennessee and USF. He's also got Mississippi State and LSU looking at him pretty closely and both could be on the verge of offering.

OL Tre Carter - Carter could play almost anywhere along the line and has offers currently from Akron and Middle Tennessee.

LB Brandon Golson - Golson is an athletic linebacker who the Bulldogs will unleash on opponents this fall. He has offers from South Carolina, Kansas, Middle Tennessee and Kansas State and more could be on the way.

2011 stats: 24 tackles, 5 tackles-for-loss, 7 sacks

DE Devon Johnson - Played behind four defensive ends that signed with four-year schools last fall so he got limited reps, but at 6'3" and 265 pounds, Johnson is already getting long looks from FBS schools and has one offer from an FCS program in UNC Charlotte.

2011 stats: 7 tackles, 3 tackles-for-loss, 2 sacks

Other players who are destined to get a long look from schools include CB Jaylon Myers, S/LB Neville Hewitt and WR Kevin Gary.

In addition to those players, Windon also mentioned OL Nate Holton, Jamicheal Beckford, DL Octavious Brown, LB Caleb Clayton-Molby, CB Tiquention Coleman, RB/LB Darrius Edwards, WR Terome Grant, DL Trae Hemphill, TE Kris Hurley, DB Raynard Reid, QB Anthony Riggin, ATH D.J. Rozier and OL Deandre Shell as players to keep an eye on this spring and summer.

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