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912 Early Signing Period: Quotes From Commits

By Barry Every
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Here are just some of the players from the area that have decided to put pen to paper today.

It’s not only been a privilege but an honor for Calvin, Jim and I to cover high school football recruiting in the 912. The Savannah and Coastal Georgia region has always been chalked full of gridiron talent but in years past, simply under recruited. Over the last two years colleges from all over the country have embraced this talent rich tract of land and now make frequent visits to South Georgia.

December, 19 starts the first singing period for the class of 2019; many of our beloved local legends have made their final decision. For the past year, or more, these athletes have been courted, prodded and swayed to make a decision on where they will play college football.

Now it’s time for them to sign the dotted line and for many the choice was not easy. We at will always hold dearly to their high school accomplishments. More importantly we are ecstatic that so many football players, from the 912, will get a chance to live out their childhood dream of playing college football while receiving a free education.

Below are just some of the players from this area that have decided to put pen to paper on this hallowed day. Each was asked what excited them about their future destination. Players are listed in alphabetical order by last name.

Aaron Bedgood, 5-8/170, RB/ATH, Richmond Hill (Coastal Carolina)

“It feels like home and I’m ready to get back to the football field after my knee injury.”

Logan Berryhill, 6-3/190, WR, Camden County (South Florida)

“Signing with USF excites me because I can play for one of the best receiving coaches in the country, who has put a lot of players in the league. I’m also getting a free education.”

Logan Braucht, 6-0/215, ILB, Ware County (The Citadel)

“I’m very excited to accomplish a childhood dream of playing college football and getting an education. The Citadel is a choice that I just could not turn down.”

Kalen DeLoach, 6-1/210, LB/ATH, Islands (Florida State)

“The thing that excites me about going to FSU is the opportunity to attend the school and also how we are about to shock the nation the next couple of years on the field.”

Trace Dorminy, 6-5/215, TE, Camden County (Army)

“The thing that excites me most about West Point is the brotherhood being with me for life. It’s just a bunch of men striving for one goal: Duty, Honor and Country.”

D’Quan Douse, 6-2/240, DE, Calvary Day (Georgia Tech)

“What excites me the most is the way this class is being put together as well as the reconstruction Coach Collins has happening. I see a bright future for Georgia Tech coming soon.”

Jakeen Harris, 5-11/190, S/ATH, Benedictine (North Carolina State)

“What excites me about NC State is the coaching staff. They bring a lot of energy on and off the field, also the players are a brotherhood and everybody plays for each other.”

Kevin Harris, 6-0/220, RB, Bradwell Institute (South Carolina)

“I really like our coaches and players and feel like we can be a special group of guys at South Carolina.”

Jeremy Smith, 5-11/185, RB/ATH, Jenkins (Marshall)

“What excites me most about Marshall is the history behind Marshall and the relationship the coaches have with the players. I just really like the environment there.”

Sayyid Stevens, 6-2/227, OLB/DE, Calvary Day (Duke)

“I am excited and blessed to have this opportunity to sign and join Duke; it’s an exceptional academic and athletic community. I am getting a chance to gain lifelong friends and pursue a degree which will enhance my opportunity for a prosperous life and future career at THE DUKE UNVERSITY.”

Winston Wright, 5-10/170, WR/ATH, Memorial Day (West Virginia)

“I love the people and how they are about the whole entire State; it’s just family and I want to represent for the State.”