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March 18, 2006
In recent weeks, you have seen the UGASports Extra feature run a few times right here on the front page. This new feature takes you one step closer to the seeing the recruits first hand. Earlier this week, Chad Simmons was in Southeast Georgia and he visited with a couple big time prospects and a 2006 Georgia signee. Come inside to see some video clips on these stellar athletes. This UGASports Extra feature is FREE, so check it out.
While staying in Jacksonville (Fl.) earlier this week, I drove up to Darien (Ga.) and visited McIntosh County Academy.
I had the pleasure of watching Allen Bailey, better known as the "Beast" down there work out first hand. Bailey holds offers from schools all over the country. I watched him work out and then he sat down with me for a long in-depth interview. You'll see some clips of him in the weight room in this feature.
Before leaving Georgia, I stopped by Charlton County High School in Folkston.
That is the home to 2007 athlete D.J. Donley. Donley has a handful of early offers, including one from UGA. This skilled athlete took the time to work out for me and then sat down for a one on one chat about recruiting. You'll get a glimpe of what he is all about in this video.
A name Georgia fans will become more familiar with soon is Shaun Chapas as he arrives in Athens this summer. Chapas missed his senior year due to a tear in his ACL and he sits down to talk to me about that and he also works out for me in the weight room. You can see a few short clips of that in this video.
I will have the full workouts, interview, coaches comments, and photos on all these guys, but here is a peek at something to expect next week from UGASports.com.
Click HERE to see Bailey, Donley, and Chapas in Action.
I will be out on the road filming spring practice, workouts of prospects and signees, conducting live interviews, and much, much more this spring and summer, so stay tuned to UGASports.com for the most in-depth and in touch Bulldog recruiting coverage.
If you have any questions about these prospects or want to talk about them with MANY more Dawg fans, then click onto the Dawgvent.
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