One of the top uncommitted seniors in the state is AJC Super 11 member Josh Harvey-Clemons of Lowndes High School.
The 6-foot-5, 200-pounder will take official visits to UGA, Florida, LSU and Louisville. JHC is projected to play safety in college, but is also getting looks at outside linebacker.
“The dude is a freak … he’s the best I’ve played against in the last three years,” said Trent Thompson, quarterback of No. 1-ranked McEachern High School.
“I think he will play safety in college, if they don’t put him somewhere on offense. I don’t think he’s thick enough to play linebacker. Wherever he goes, he’s going to be outstanding.
“I still can’t believe the interception he had against me. He jumped so high, and kept getting higher and higher, and came down with it. The dude is a freak.”
Here’s McEachern coach Kyle Hockman on JHC: “He’s a heck of an athlete – big, tall and rangy. They use him a lot of different ways at Lowndes I don’t know what he’s going to play in college because they use him everywhere at Lowndes.
“At the strong safety position, he’s unreal. He’s involved in everything and he’s all over the field. Defensively, Lowndes uses him to take the best WR and he pretty much controls the middle of the field.”
Check out No. 25 playing defense in the video below …
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