Georgia Military: Who's signed, who's left?

Georgia Military College regularly is loaded with talented players who make significant contributions at four-year schools. This year is no different. Here's a look at who has already signed and moved on and which players are committed to different programs.


LB Tony Straughter - The talented weakside linebacker was one of the leaders of the Bulldogs defense, posting 44.5 tackles, 6.5 tackles-for-loss and 3.5 sacks. Straughter committed to South Carolina after an early season visit in September. He also sported offers from East Carolina, Mississippi, TCU, Tennessee and West Virginia.

LB Josh Dickerson - Dickerson is an outstanding athlete and will likely end up at one of the outside positions at his next destination -- South Carolina. The 6-2, 215-pounder played in eight games for the Bulldogs and posted 30 tackles, three sacks and one fumble recovery. He had offers from all over including Mississippi, Tennessee, Minnesota, East Carolina and West Virginia among others.

QB Joei Fiegler - Committed to UAB during the season. The talented signal caller didn't throw much, but still managed to rack up 869 passing yards with eight touchdowns and five interceptions.

DE T.J. Lynch - The talented pass-rusher committed to Western Michigan and will play on the open side in the Broncos' defensive scheme.

DT Kenny Scott - Played the "under" tackle for the Bulldogs last season and will be playing next year for Turner Gill's Buffalo Bulls next season.

CB Olajuwan Paige - Louisiana Tech commit posted 26 tackles and three interceptions, including one he took back for a touchdown, while leading the Bulldogs with nine passes defensed.

CB Jaquavyn Smalls - Solid corner prospect who committed to Western Carolina. Posted 44.5 tackles and one interception as a sophomore in 2008.


OL Rokevious Watkins - The big, physical 6-4, 340-pounder helped pave the way for a Bulldogs rushing attack that managed to post over 180 yards a game on the ground. Watkins is set to play for South Carolina in 2009.

OL Steven Singleton - South Carolina also nabbed Singleton from the Bulldogs. The solidly built Singleton signed with LSU out of high school and had offers from across the south and was named First Team All-State as a senior. He will have two to play two once he steps on campus in Columbia.

CB Taikwon Paige - The more highly touted Paige brother, Taikwon only managed 20 tackles and no interceptions as a sophomore after posting over 40 tackles and six interceptions in 2007. Teams tended to throw away from the 6-0, 180 speedster who clocked a 4.4 forty time over the summer. Paige will sign with Minnesota in February and chose the Gophers over offers from Oklahoma State, East Carolina, Louisiana Tech and Kansas State.

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