I’m here at Dacula’s Barron Stadium watching the Grayson Rams put a bow around their good night’s work. It’s 37-0 Rams late in the fourth quarter and they haven’t had their starters in since midway through the third.
It was a good night for the college prospects I came here to see. Grayson running back Ean Pemberton left the game early in the third quarter with 148 yards rushing on 25 carries and three touchdowns. Defensive tackle Shawn Green, the Georgia Tech commitment, dominated the middle of the field and finished with an interception and a fumble recovery. I’d been hearing lately about Grayson’s senior safety Kori Gaines, who has committed to BYU. He had three interceptions on the night, which tells you a little bit about how the Falcons’ night went.
Wait a minute, touchdown Grayson. — 44-0 now.
But the big recruiting news Friday night wasn’t here but over at North Gwinnett, where they were shellacking South Forsyth. Bulldogs’ offensive tackle JuWuan James, an Alabama commitment since May, has apparently de-committed to the Crimson Tide, according to Scout.com. Reportedly he wants to look around again and is eyeing Georgia and Tennessee.
I’ll let you know more when I know more.