Chamblee wide receiver Robbie Theus will stick around Atlanta to play his college ball.
The 6-foot, 180-pounder got his first football offer from Georgia State and decided to accept it. Theus, who also had moderate interest from Coastal Carolina and recently attended Georgia Tech’s camp, is the fourth commitment for Georgia States’ 2012 recruiting class.
“Robert is a tremendous athlete,” Chamblee coach James Soza said. “He’s a football player and he’s a track athlete — doing the long jump and a leg on our 4×100 relay team. He has all the physical tools with his size and quickness. Last year, Robert played quarterback for us. This year, we’re going to use him all over the football field. I would almost say the sky is the limit for Robbie.
“We need to let him play offense, defense and special teams. He can make things happen to change a game. I think he will be a major factor at Georgia State in one of those roles — as a defensive back or wide receiver, and on special teams. They got a good football player.”
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